Panasonic Business Phones

Written by Rachel Arieff
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Panasonic business phones offer solutions for everything from small companies to busy call centers. Originally called Matsushita Electric Industrial Company, Panasonic began in 1918 with founder Konosuke Matsushita's invention of a two-socket light bulb. Since then, Panasonic has continued to build itself a reputation for excellent electronic products, ranging from phones to stereos to ventilation systems. Today, Panasonic's name is as familiar to household consumers as businesses.

Panasonic business phones are designed for user friendliness--an important ethic of the company. This ethic is even reflected in the company's website. Whereas many competitors' websites are written in language that alternates between vaguely grandiose and confusingly technical, Panasonic's products are clearly and matter-of-factly described not only in terms of features, but also how they can benefit your everyday business activities.

Choices in Business Phones

Panasonic offers a wide range of choices for growing businesses. These include system phones, state-of-the-art digital PBX systems, hybrid phone systems, and voicemail. System phone choices include multiple-line key phone systems that are compatible both with standard and new digital technology, as well as multi-cell wireless systems for advanced digital hybrid systems. This latter type of phone is also available in a model that is compatible with both IP and PBX systems.

Panasonic PBX systems have a modular design, making them expandable up to 448 extensions and 192 central phone lines. They have extensive networking capabilities, automatic routing, and an architecture that ensures access, no matter how many lines are being used. Panasonic's digital hybrid systems combine multicellular technology with IP capability, and its voicemail systems offer live call screening, even from a remote area, external message delivery and two-way transferring capabilities. With the complexities of such a powerful system, it is often necessary for businesses to contract outside help for the planning and implementation.


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