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Time to get your business going! You've got your computer, you've set up your website, your domain name has been registered with GoDaddy or other domain service, you've got your web hosting going with HostGator or other hosting service. Now what's next?

It's time to get that phone system up and running. as some of you already know I am a fan of Google Voice because it is completely free and for my business it works great for me. However, in some instances of business a more technologically advanced system is needed.

Today I am going to give you an inside look at a system that is an industry leader. As we all know, starting a small business can be quite expensive. However, if you have the time to sit back and research your options you can find many deals. I have taken the first step for you and will provide you the basics of this system. I believe it's a system that is definitely worth your time to research.

Ring Central is a powerful system that allows communications by using a local number or one freephone. The basis of the system is centralization of the one line which has extensions that keep the business and employees connected wherever they are in the world. It is geared to assist in managing both large and small companies. However, smaller businesses seem to gain the most benefits of a virtual phone system.

Now you're probably wondering why small businesses would have the greater benefit. First, when you're a smaller business starting out the budget is tight and many are unable to install a higher end phone system. Therefore, the business is often times forced to operate without the costly phone system.

But today technology has made it possible for small businesses to enjoy the advantages of a communication system that big businesses utilize, thanks to Ring Central. Their primary focus is quality not quantity at a price that is way under their competition. It is surprising that Ring Central will cost a business less than $20 a month. But it is reality.

Unlike some of their competitors, Ring Central does not charge for activation of their system and there isn't hardware that is required or needs maintained. Another great advantage is they don't require a contract when using their phone system. Again, the business is assigned one account and that account is then used as the central account that manages all of the users and their locations. This is all operated online. But don't just take my word for it; check out this great product for yourself at the Ring Central site and even watch a demonstration.

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This article was published on 2012/09/24