VoIP, or Voice-over-IP (Internet-Protocol), is an Internet-based phone system that can increase your business’ flexibility and productivity while saving you money. Because it’s Internet-based, VoIP offers features not available with traditional business phone systems – and with fixed rates, can save you thousands of dollars on long-distance and overseas calls. The world of VoIP [Voice over IP] can be complicated.  Let Green Up IT, Inc. take your needs, and tailor fit a communication system that will optimize your work environment. Our IP phone systems replace old equipment with new thinking.  Designed from the ground up to streamline the work of administrators and end users alike, the built-in unified communications (UC) capabilities of VoIP phone systems are transforming the way people work.

Green Up IT, Inc. is a VOIP Partner with muliple carriers, providing cutting edge telecommunication solutions to our business clientele. Our custom solutions will revolutionize the way your business communicates.

By integrating communication tasks currently performed with separate tools, such as video conferencing, IM and online collaboration, These brilliantly simple solutions help boost productivity and reduce costs:

Built to leverage the power of the Web

  • Thanks to its ingenious purpose-built IP architecture, VoIP phone systems scale and grow across as many sites, or as many continents, as you need. From a single browser-based interface, IT staff can manage the entire IP phone system with plug-and-play ease.

Ease is built-in too

  • A IP phone system allows users to use desktop phones, mobile phones, or any phone connected to the public phone network as if it were their own extension, enabling them to work when, where, and how they want.

Distributed architecture is incorporated into a unique appliance-based platform with no single point of failure: each switch and site can function as an independent call processor. In the event of wide area network (WAN) failure, the phone system continues to place and receive calls on the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN).