The office telephone system is the nerve center of company communications with customers, suppliers, and employees alike. That is why selecting the most appropriate phone system is a crucially important choice for small and medium businesses. The communication systems of today need to be scalable and feature-rich to allow effective competition in a business environment. The flexibility to add more advanced capabilities as needs change is also a must.
Roeing provides phone systems, switching equipment, voice processing systems, voice recognition systems, and a consolidation of voice with data and video sources to provide a single source for information processing. Companies can choose from converged IP-based infrastructures or traditional voice-based systems, or a combination of both based on their needs. Roeing can help create a seamless network that reduces maintenance costs, saves on line charges between locations, and enables voice, data, and unified applications to serve your business.
As a Toshiba phone system partner, Roeing recommends the Strata CIX communications systems to save money, boost productivity, improve customer service, and deliver a superior return on your investment. The CIX systems provide the ultimate in modular, scalable, and network-capable telephone systems for businesses regardless of size. Toshiba CIX models include the base model CIX100-S and above:
- CIX100-S – supports a combination of incoming CO lines and station users, totaling 16 ports in the base configuration. It is expandable up to CIX100 capacity.
- CIX100 – supports up to 64 CO lines and 72 station users and combinations up to 112 ports.
- CIX200 – supports up to 96 CO lines or 160 station users and combinations up to 192 ports.
- CIX670 – supports up to 264 CO lines or 560 station users and combinations up to 672 ports.
With Toshiba’s Strata Net technology, multiple CIX systems can be networked to provide additional capacity and accommodate multiple locations. Multiple networked systems work together as a single integrated system, providing central attendant services, one centralized voicemail system, a unified call center operations, and internal extension dialing.