Reliable business lines and calls
Despite huge advances in digital and wireless technology, many organisations still rely on analogue phone lines to do business.
Analogue systems have supported businesses for decades. They are still used for voice traffic, ADSL connections and plenty of other services, such as alarm monitoring and PDQ machines.
They are, usually, inexpensive to install and maintain. Line rentals are relatively cheap. They can carry out basic functions such as hold, mute, redial, and speed dial. They may also be able to transfer calls between extensions.
Yet, despite their limited capabilities compared to cloud-based systems, there are many ways to merge analogue and digital devices, which means you can have the best of both worlds.