SIP Trunking Services
SIP Trunk Capacity Planning, Rate Optimization, and Failover Solutions
Not all SIP trunks are created equal. Telapprise simplifies critical SIP factors, including capacity planning, pricing models, phone system redundancy, and systems integration to streamline every stage of the project and help you break free from the Technology Lifecycle of Pain. We also specialize in migration roadmaps that deliver SIP trunk cost savings today to fund the IP phone upgrades you need tomorrow.
If you’re looking for a straightforward way to connect business phone systems, you’ve probably already started researching SIP trunk providers. Yet, just because the technology is relatively simple doesn’t mean a SIP project is an intuitive process when you leave it to the providers. Telapprise specializes in absorbing that burden for you, thereby saving your team time, money, and trouble at every step of project planning and implementation.
Along with simplifying each step of SIP trunking from research to reporting, Telapprise also takes a broader approach to your business’s ongoing success. We specialize in SIP capacity planning to make the most of your budget along with designing phone failover architectures to maximize network uptime. Our experts can even leverage the cost savings we deliver to fund and achieve your larger technology goals.
If your business continues to rely on outdated SIP phones, our experts can save you money today to pay for tomorrow’s projects. It all starts with a Baseline Assessment.
To understand why SIP capacity planning matters, you need to understand what goes wrong when you don’t properly plan. When you purchase a specific number of SIP trunks, you’re essentially buying a set number of dedicated, concurrent call paths for phones to connect to the public switched telephone network (PSTN).
If you only buy 100 trunks, you can only have 100 active users on the phones at any given time. The 101st person who tries to use a phone connected to your network won’t be able to. That’s why you need to optimize the number of SIP trunks you purchase around usage. Otherwise, you either end up overpaying or running out of trunks and phones go down.
Along with capacity planning, you need to determine whether plans include minutes, or if you have to pay per minute. Do providers offer failover services to keep your phone system running even when the main lines go down? What is the lifespan of your existing private branch exchange (PBX)? These are all factors you need to consider during a SIP project, but if you overlook them, you’ll ultimately end up overspending, struggling with system downtime, or having to invest more to upgrade later on.
If you’re ready to break free from the limitations of SIP trunks altogether, a Unified Communication solution offers the ideal solution.
If you never want to experience the ongoing frustrations of managing technology vendors again, schedule a Baseline Assessment today to take the first step.