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  • Writer's pictureAllison Holland


Updated: Apr 27, 2022

For years teamwork meant daily in-person meetings, frequent phone calls interrupting your workflow, and intensive email exchange with attached files. Today Teams creates a flexible work environment where teamwork is consolidated, and all communication methods are unified. Companies like yours are increasingly combining Teams to boost their employee's collaborative efforts, expand communications options, and set themselves apart from the competition.

When connecting your MS Teams with a VOIP (voice over IP) service provider, you also gain access to the portfolio of app integrations. The best part is that you can create the perfect combination of applications providing each group of your staff with the integrations and business applications they need.

Your business will still have access to all the great features of VoIP (voice over IP) hosted communication with the added bonus of Microsoft Teams’ features in a secure Microsoft environment. Receiving, making, and transferring calls is just as simple from any location on any device. These solutions working in tandem will exponentially expand your employee's collaborative capabilities and your own bottom line.

Integrating hosted VoIP with Microsoft Teams is one of the best ways you can give your employees greater workplace flexibility and more collaboration options.

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