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Infographic: Moving Phones to the Cloud Has BIG Business Benefits

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With the proliferation of BYOD and cloud business apps, more companies are showing dissatisfaction with legacy on-premise phone systems or PBXs that are not designed for today’s mobility-centric, cloud-based work places.

In fact, 70 percent of IT directors, facility managers and CEOs from businesses using on-premise phone systems reported their phone systems lacking. This is based on a survey conducted on behalf of RingCentral, Inc., by Dimensional Research, an independent research firm.

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Infographic: Moving Phones to the Cloud Has BIG Business Benefits

  1. 1. SeventyPercent ofBusinessesDissatisfiedWith On-PremisePhoneSystems Keyissues:Complex,InflexibleandExpensive 300+ ITdirectors,facilitymanagers andCEOsfrombusinessesof allsizes The surveyof 92%foundthebenefitsofacloud businessphonesystemcompelling BENEFITSINCLUDE: Reductionincost 60% Mobileappsallow employeestouse smartphones asbusiness 55% Easytoexpandasthe businessgrows 52% Simpletouseinterface foradministration 52% Eliminatesset-up andongoing maintenance 45% 70% ISSUESINCLUDE: foundtheircurrent on-premisebusinessphone systemslacking Notflexibleenough tointegratemobile workers 22% Doesn'tintegrate withotherbusiness applications, suchasCRM 23% Difficulttomanage andadminister 23% Tooexpensive 33% TheonlinesurveywasconductedinearlyApril2013withintheUnitedStatesbyDimensional ResearchonbehalfofRingCentral.ItwasconductedamongITdecisionmakersfrom308 businessesofallsizeswith15percentemployingmorethan500employees,29percent employing100to500employees,35percentemploying20to100employeesand22percent employinglessthan20employees.Thisonlinesurveyisnotbasedonaprobabilitysampleand thereforenoestimateoftheoreticalsamplingerrorcanbecalculated. AbouttheSurvey

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