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Cyprus based company 3CX offers an IP PBX phone system.https://dudodiprj2sv7.cloudfront.net/product-logos/zN/gB/H07X8ILXEOSO.jpeg3CX VoIP System even runs on Windows3CX is the VoIP system in place for our municipal offices. We currently service about 30 users. It gives VoIP functionality via Linux, Mac, or even Windows. It was initially set up on a Win Server. It handles all voice communications for the office and transfers off-site as needed. It is very flexible, allowing for future changes.,Multi-platform support. Available in free an in value-added tiers. Stable Mature product,Stability under Windows,9,Stable and inexpensive software. uses basic computer equipment. Interfaces with Industry standard VoIP switches.,Digium Asterisk,Microsoft Office 2016, TeamViewer, Apple Remote Desktop, Apple iCloud3CX Phone System: feature rich, affordable and easy to use3CX is our corporate phone system, we use it across the organization for all the landline needs, ACD, auto attendant and voicemail. We are planning on exploring all the unified communication options the system has to offer. We currently have about 200 users on the system, running on a virtual server and Yealink phones.,Flexible. 3CX can run on a Windows Server, Linux or as an appliance. It can also run on the Public Cloud. Simple. 3CX is very simple to configure and easy to upgrade. Management Interface. Easy to read and intuitive to find what you need.,Soft Client Interface. Not the best, not very intuitive with lots of room for improvement. Mobile Client. Even though the mobile client works well (good voice quality and you can answer the calls on your lock screen) there is a lot of room for improvement on the UI.,9,3CX has a lot to offer for a very low cost as its business model is based on simultaneous calls and not per device. It's very cost effective and very affordable. As the 3CX server does not require a high-performance server to run, with the Public Cloud option, it might allow even further savings.,Cisco Call Manager, NEC NEAX 2400, Interactive Intelligence and Digium Asterisk,Citrix NetScaler, Avaya Ethernet Switches
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3CX Phone System
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Score 8.2 out of 101
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3CX Phone System
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Score 8.2 out of 101
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June 06, 2018

3CX Phone System Review: "3CX VoIP System even runs on Windows"

Score 9 out of 10
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3CX is the VoIP system in place for our municipal offices. We currently service about 30 users. It gives VoIP functionality via Linux, Mac, or even Windows. It was initially set up on a Win Server. It handles all voice communications for the office and transfers off-site as needed. It is very flexible, allowing for future changes.
  • Multi-platform support.
  • Available in free an in value-added tiers.
  • Stable
  • Mature product
  • Stability under Windows
The biggest advantage of 3CX is Windows operability. While it makes much more sense to use some flavor of Unix; there are situations where deploying in a Won environment makes sense. Once established, it can later be migrated to an inherently stable Unix environment. There are situations where an organization needs to be compatible with other installs, likely using Asterisk. That would be a strong consideration against 3CX.
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March 14, 2018

Review: "3CX Phone System: feature rich, affordable and easy to use"

Score 9 out of 10
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3CX is our corporate phone system, we use it across the organization for all the landline needs, ACD, auto attendant and voicemail. We are planning on exploring all the unified communication options the system has to offer. We currently have about 200 users on the system, running on a virtual server and Yealink phones.
  • Flexible. 3CX can run on a Windows Server, Linux or as an appliance. It can also run on the Public Cloud.
  • Simple. 3CX is very simple to configure and easy to upgrade.
  • Management Interface. Easy to read and intuitive to find what you need.
  • Soft Client Interface. Not the best, not very intuitive with lots of room for improvement.
  • Mobile Client. Even though the mobile client works well (good voice quality and you can answer the calls on your lock screen) there is a lot of room for improvement on the UI.
Small to medium company sizes are a great fit for 3CX Phone System for sure. It has all the major functionalities you need and it works very well with very low maintenance. I am not sure if the 3CX system would be a good fit for a large enterprise with multiple offices across the globe.
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Cyprus based company 3CX offers an IP PBX phone system.
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