Streamline PBX to Teams

We help complex organizations migrate on premise PBX functionality to Teams

Wouldn't it be nice if Microsoft Teams was a central hub for all communications, including voice?

Yes it would. But there are difficult questions to answer:

Let our creative team of engineers help you navigate the complexity, decision-making and execution of your move to Teams.

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Frequently Asked Questions

If replacing your on-premise Avaya or Nortel PBX is not an option for the immediate or foreseeable future, but you would like to integrate voice with the other collaboration features of Teams right now, no problem. There are a variety of ways to accomplish this while maintaining the robust features of your PBX.

The simply refers to the feature within Teams that makes it easy to integrate almost any service provider and/or phone system with Teams voice.

Through the use of physical network data, user & site policies or session border controller (SBC) tools, Teams provides the necessary location information to enable emergency calling services in common work from anywhere UC environments. These tools are referred to as E911.

Yes, Teams Direct Routing is a feature within Teams that enables customers to procure their own dial tone from the service provider of choice. If your carrier can provide SIP trunking, using a Microsoft Certified Session Border Controller, either on-premise or cloud based, Teams users can choose to keep their own service providers.