Panasonic Business Phone Systems Vs. Norstar Phone Systems

by:Genyu     2020-07-13
What's the best phone system for your business? Panasonic business phone systems or Norstar phone systems? The Panasonic system is ideal for the SME (Small to Medium sized Enterprise). It is fully hybridised and has been designed to start at 3 phone lines and expand, if necessary to 6. The 3 phone line starting version has 8 extensions - the 6 phone line upgrade can support 24 extensions. The Panasonic business phone systems are also built with caller identification where you opt for the LCD display version of the handset. There's a voice mail module available and you can log the numbers of as many as 20 unanswered calls per extension. So the Panasonic system is functional and versatile. How about Norstar phone systems? The Norstar Compact Plus., the Norstar starting point system, offers 4 lines and 16 extensions, which can be expanded to 8 lines and 16 extensions. For businesses starting and staying small, the Norstar edges over the Panasonic business phone systems in simple terms of the amount of extensions it can handle. Once you start thinking about card upgrades though, the balance swings away from the Norstar phone systems and back to the Panasonic. The Norstar Modular Plus, though, has been developed for serious business use. Any business that uses 16 or more telephones can really get the benefits of the Norstar system - which can support 8 lines and 32 extensions analogue, all the way up to 80 lines: while its digital support weighs in at a massive 60 lines with 128 extensions. The basic idea behind Norstar phone systems is cost effectiveness married to flexibility - in other words, a robust ability to deliver top class functionality without costing the earth. So how do the Panasonic business phone systems stack up against that? Where the Panasonic systems start to score really highly is in their versatility. Panasonic business phone systems are able to support a variety of communications devices - modems; faxes; credit card verifiers; and anything else that works with a normal telephone line. The automatic reception on the Panasonic phone systems reduces the need for operator based calls, freeing up your receptionist for calls that definitely need his or her attention. A UCD (Uniform Call Distribution) function allows multiple calls to be distributed evenly throughout a number of extensions (as in a call centre model) - ensuring that all calls are answered as quickly as possible and no customer is kept waiting too long. Norstar phone systems offer a similar degree of flexibility - and with Norstar you can also introduce a door entry management system into the handsets on your employee's desks. The answer to our question is as much dependent on personal preference as it is on the performance of the two systems. Both offer ideally robust communications packages for SMEs looking to ground their communications in solid technology.
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