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It is used across the whole organization. It is great for creating different schedules based on different regions of clients.
- Support - very helpful when setting up new features
- Schedules - allows for numerous call schedules
- Communication - very prompt when issues with the service arise
- On call scheduling
- Managing Fonality could be easier - unless you're a consistent back end user, it's not super friendly
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Great for clients that track Support Center statistics via phone. Could be a bit more user friendly.
July 02, 2019
Score 5 out of 10
We are using NetFortris Fonality on-premise phone servers at a client office of about 40 users. This is backed by a traditional copper PRI to support the voice needs of a small not for profit foundation. We had previously had 3 Fonality servers at multiple satellite offices, one with SIP trunks, another with a PRI, that were linked for intra-office calling.
- The on-premise server/seat licenses are relatively inexpensive.
- The configuration interface is not too difficult to navigate.
- The sales staff is very helpful and not at all overbearing or pushy.
- Many of these issues might be due to the age of the on-premise server we are using. The config interface can be unbearably slow.
- Creating call flows/phone trees is slow and inflexible.
- When we used NetFortris with SIP providers, service was spotty and troubleshooting was difficult -- much of the fault here lies with the SIP providers, but getting important troubleshooting info from NetFortris/the server was next to impossible.
- Support in general is slow and unhelpful.
- Server hardware is a Dell Optiplex tower with little in the way of redundancy. They do offer more traditional rack servers as well, but I can't speak to what sort of configuration they deploy with those.
Read Patrick Plaisance's full review
For an on-premise IP phone system, if price is your top concern and your needs are relatively simple, NetFortris definitely bears consideration. I inherited the systems we have in use at one client site, and I will say that they have been running reliably once I worked out some issues that went unaddressed in the original setup of the system (VLANs, DHCP options, poor SIP provider choices, faulty T1 card). If you have competent IT staff, setting up and keeping the server running is trivial (it is asterisk based). If you will need lots of hand-holding, my experience with their support staff has been less than stellar.
September 28, 2018
Everyone in our company (5 individuals) uses NetFortris. We purchased NetFortris, when it was Fonality, along with compatible handsets after our previous phone system, a traditional landline, aged out of use.
- The new handsets we purchased do provide a helpful log of calls -- outgoing, incoming, missed, etc. -- however, I imagine that any VoIP provider can also provide this service.
- We now use headsets that allow us to move about the office freely while on calls, which we could not do with our old phone system. Again, this probably has more to do with VoIP and the newer handsets than anything provided to us by Fonality/NetFortris.
- Fonality/NetFortris, for some reason, limits the functionality of the handsets that are compatible with it and which we purchased to compliment it. We are forced to use the HUDweb interface or the HUD desktop app to do simple things like placing calls on hold, transferring calls, and initiating conference calls. In my office, most employees have several windows open at once -- as I'm sure is common in most offices -- and it can be distracting and clumsy to have to minimize windows in order to pull up the HUD to put a call on hold.
- In addition, the lighted buttons on the handset can be used to indicate when another user is currently on the line, or if they are unavailable (I know this because I have been speaking with another VoIP provider who offers this feature); however, Fonality/NetFortris does not allow us to use this feature. Again, we are funneled into using the HUD desktop app, which does provide the information that we want to have handy, but not where we want it (on the handsets).
- Customer service has been less that helpful when we call to address our concerns. Ironically, the call quality with customer service is often very poor, and on more than one occasion, I was greeted with someone who did not know how to help me and didn't make any effort to do so.
Read Matthew Guerra's full review
If you have an office in which all employees are tech-savvy, then Fonality/NetFortris may be for you. It is not a very adaptable system however. If you want it to emulate an existing or prior setup you will be sorely disappointed as Fonality/NetFortris will probably not work with you to make the phone work the way you want it to.
We use NetFortris to handle all of our calls, to allow us to transfer calls, pull calls, and monitor calls. It syncs with our Outlook contacts and allows us to communicate on various levels - inter-office and externally. We can keep track of call stats and use it to make sure everyone is on the same page. I fully recommend it as it is extremely effective and useful in day to day operations.
- Pulling calls is simple and quick. A click and drag of the mouse and it's done. Very useful in high-stress calls that need a takeover.
- Monitoring calls is easy and can be done with whispers to the agent on our end, which is extremely useful.
- It's great for being able to have a pulse on what everyone n the company is doing at any one time.
- I would like a smaller view, so I don't need the whole screen to see everyone, but that's not needed by everyone.
Read Bill Boykin's full review
I think it's well suited for any office that is phone call driven. It's great to keep controls, stats, and to use.
July 05, 2017
We use Fonality to save every sensitive phone call we have. The whole company is using it. We share it in every business unit we have. One of the key functionalities for us is the simple and fast the interface is to create queues. We share the building with 2 clinics, an insurance agency, a law firm, tax office and a church. Every one has their own incoming number but we share resources making CSRs available to take calls no mater which number the customer dialed.
- The interface is easy to use and it is very simple to program trees.
- Cost benefit ratio is simply amazing! So powerful and you don't need to have your own pbx locally. For a mid-sized business like ours it is wonderful. We have the power of a full VoIP solution without the need of a technician or hardware more than the basic you already have to be connected to internet!
- The possibility to record sensitive calls and save them. That provides our customers with an extra layer of security.
- Sometimes I notice a few problems using Chrome but probably that is something that is caused by the constant changes on browsers.
- I think that a cool feature could be to create menus and trees graphically like a flowchart. But that's only my crazy idea.
Read Claudio Hoffer's full review
For Insurance agencies, small practices, small call centers, anyone that need call forwarding or work with his number remotely while away from office. I can't list all the things I'm gaining as a Fonality customer. From the installation process, the configuration phase with the technicians, the account managers, every Fonality employee was professional and savvy. I was a contact center specialist for more than 10 years and I can tell you that I've never been this happy with a service! Never!
Probably if you need a more complex solution and you have an enterprise level company having your own hardware gives you more control over your calls and how to manage them. But again, I think that Fonality can cover most scenarios without the need of a huge investment.
Probably if you need a more complex solution and you have an enterprise level company having your own hardware gives you more control over your calls and how to manage them. But again, I think that Fonality can cover most scenarios without the need of a huge investment.
Fonality is our sole provider of VOIP for our insurance agency. We use the system to support our sales effort and customers service. We use the phone system to do outbound telemarketing, answering customer calls for bill payment, account troubleshooting, sending and receiving data including customer background reports, insured property photos, etc.
- Call clarity and service reliability seem to be strong points for Fonality.
- Affordability is reasonable with Fonality.
- Fonality's integration with Allstate's eAgent system appears to be a strong point.
- Fonality's call routing system is too complicated. I have spent hours on the phone with tech service providers trying to get calls forwarded for one hour.
- I've had multiple instances of calls being forwarded by the tech support team at Fonality that were sent to the wrong phones.
- I am constantly frustrated by the fact that Fonality has no local tech support representatives available to come to my office to troubleshoot problems.
Read Andre Garner's full review
Fonality might be well suited for tech-savvy insurance agents. Fonality's call forwarding is too complex for the average person.
Fonality is the telephone PBX provider for Sea Education Association, an internationally recognized leader in undergraduate ocean education in Falmouth, MA. Using an onsite server, Fonality provides telephone service company wide for approximately 50 faculty, administrative staff, and student housing. The system provides cost-effective local, long distant, and international calling services for this fantastic semester long study abroad program.
- From an administrator's perspective, Fonality makes administering the company's phone system easy. Configuration menus and setup options are logically structured and easy to understand.
- Technical support has been very good. Early on in our deployment, we had some nagging voice quality issues which were network related. Fonality provided exceptional support even though it was not technically their issue. It is important to know ahead of time how well your vendors work with other vendors for integrated services like a VOIP telephone system. Fonality support demonstrated their patience and perseverance in helping us resolve our issues.
- Although we don't use remote office capabilities much, the ability to set up phones on the system in remote locations has been a significant help to several of our departments.
- I would like to see a better designed HUD program, the PC and Mac based telephone interface to the Fonality PBX.
Read Ed Dennen's full review
- Fonality is well suited for companies who require strict controls on certain phone calling features.
- Fonality works well in cases where staff are located in multiple locations and still want to appear as a single entity with their telecommunications.
We are a kayak company and primarily use it for booking tours in our office. The softphone feature was key so we could also take calls in our shop using an USB headset. The installation was easy and straightforward. Our tech made it simple. My issues now are the subscription plan. We have the basic [plan] and the HUD does not recognize the agent location. We found workarounds by moving a call to a softphone to answer but it sometimes causes big issues for agents. As for now, it is our slow season; we can not upgrade to a call center license. We will keep working on the softphone functionality.
- Reliability of the system
- The customization of the inbound call experience
- Ability to transfer calls to a softphone, hardphone and cell phone
- Great customer service
- More clear on the subscription features and costs at time of quotes
- Remove unusable features from the softphone if subscription does not cover
Great for both small and large businesses. Great for mobile agents when you have the call center licence to forward calls appropriately. Does not work well if the agents aren't tech savvy, there is a learning curve to use the fonality system to the best of its ability. Although, the webinars provide good instruction. The ability for managers to listen in on calls with a call center license will help with training new recruits.
- Online training
Read Joseph Greaney's full review
Support has been great from start to finish. They sent me an Excel spreadsheet questionnaire on how we would like the system to behave. The tech made the initial setup very easy. We took 1 month to finalize and test the new system before we ported over our main number. All the support from technical training for the admins and user support on issues like call transfers. The system works flawlessly, but there is a learning curve to use all the benefits of Fonality
February 17, 2017
We are a new firm working along side an already established firm. We have attorneys working across the country and all calls are directed to the Fonaity line here in Columbus. Working with Fonality and the internet has made the start up of this new endeavor run more smoothly than anticipated. The staff at Fonality were very helpful in their guidance and set up of the system.
- Customer service is outstanding! They were quick to solve any issue we had.
- During set up the Fonality staff member did not close out our set up ticket until we were completely satisfied and ready to use the system on our own.
- We needed a cordless system to use in our small office and it works great!
- I love being able to keep the Fonality line at my desk and then pass it off to an attorney when my work day ends. It has just been a perfect set up.
- It would be nice if the landline would also ring when you are using the computer hub and a headset.
- A hold button on the cordless device would be wonderful as well.
- Maybe provide a second charging station.
Read Traci Ludke's full review
Having two businesses within one office has proven challenging in many ways, but the Fonality cordless phone and the computer hub has helped with this transition and is probably the one aspect of this new endeavor that has been the most helpful. We are able to receive calls, voicemails and keep the business flow moving without any hiccups.
April 25, 2017
We are a small operation and use it for inbound and outbound customer/vendor contact, and internal communication.
- Great Customer Service
- Good Onboarding process
- Comprehensive Training for users and setup
- Hardware may need to be upgraded to facilitate better call quality.
- Call quality via cell phone app has been spotty on WiFi, requires the use of a carrier network.
Read Bob Lawless's full review
Our team is small and needed some hardware adjustments for optimal service. The standard cable modem and router did not provide the best call quality. For those with optimal hardware, or those building the hardware around their phone system this may be an ideal fit.
We use Fonality as our primary telephone system for the entire company. It also supports our helpdesk operations so we have a call queue configured to distribute support calls.
- The HUD application provides a great dashboard for seeing who is on the phone, who they are talking to as well as who is logged into the support queue.
- The cloud deployment has proven to be pretty reliable and trouble free for remote employees using a traditional handset.
- The administration console is pretty user friendly for managing the system.
- The softphone options have not proven particularly reliable. The HUDweb application has some potential as far as a visual tool, but has just proven way too unreliable for everyday use. Would not recommend it for use. With that being said, a new softphone application is to be released on 12/16/16, so that may render use of HUDweb obsolete. Am hopeful the dedicated softphone application will prove worthy.
- HUD Mobile is also less than an ideal solution. Not sure if the mobile OS is to blame for some of the disappointment, but having to run the mobile application in the foreground in order to receive calls is not really practical. Also, the design of the application is not very efficient as it's not obvious immediately how to get to the keypad and direct dialing an extension is not working for us. It does however make calls and can work, but it's more of a hassle than it's really worth. My remote sales team just uses their carrier minutes for calls.
- The click to call feature while it has worked for us in the past, it has also caused issues with adding extra characters and logos in random areas of email messages, so our users have pretty much turned that feature off.
Read Scott Braun's full review
I would recommend taking a look at Fonality for instances in which dedicated handsets will be the norm. Also if you have a relatively simple need for call queues, I think Fonality is definitely worth a look. For the moment, if you are looking to make use of softphones I would urge you to carefully test out the new app to make sure it works well enough. I think a dedicated softphone application will prove to be vastly more reliable than the HUDweb option, but time will tell. If you need a reliable and dependable mobile application, I'm not sure what Fonality currently offers will meet the need.
We use fonality throughout our entire business, which has offices in Connecticut, Indiana, and Texas. Fonality allows us to seamlessly transfer calls or have group meetings as if we were all in one office.
- Transfer call
- Group meeting
- Customer service
- Availability of IT people - seems I was always getting pushed back
- Connectivity - got very complicated and we lost two full days of work
- User friendliness of server
Read Maggie Worthington's full review
[Fonality is] great for companies with several offices and you have to transfer calls.
March 06, 2017
Fonality was signed up with Aug/Sept 2016. There was a painful setup and we finally just installed their system. It still is painfull as the setup was not clear and we had to use our own version of the SAMPLE setup to get this to work. I am working out the kinks in the system and learning more each day. The install department should be more knowledgeable in all aspects as well as the sales [department] too. The sales reps were a little pushy and actually told me several things that come to find out we could not do or they swear they did not say. Promised the world but not quite. I do like the system more and more but there are things like the mobile app that needs to improve. Especially using the app to log in or out. The next month (which was the next day) the sales rep said the promo that they were having was the best they will ever get since he had been there but turns out that since then they have offered the ultimate plan for the same price as we pay for the professional one. Which is also not right due to that ultimate hold more value. Plus, the phones that they offer for free also were better and in color display. I was also told I had to buy (to guarantee their service) their wifi router (which comes with wifi turned off - what's the point) plus it's a lower end model. But, we did not even need that due to the one we had. I also was told by the sales rep that they were never down and that next month they had their biggest outage. The system is used now throughout our company and its used to start help communicating better between departments and customers.
- For the most part, the sound quality is great. Some hiccups here and there but good overall.
- I really do like their HUD and it's better that most out there.
- If our internet goes down it does not mean you lose everything as you can switch it to another device.
- They need to provide their sales and install departments with more knowledge of their own system.
- Give the new user better startup (setup) tools to help implement things in a better format.
- The ability to switch on the fly your status when on the mobile app.
- Flexibility in sales in order to help the user if a promo changes within the first year.
- Can't mass upload your phone book.
Read Paul West's full review
It's a great way to know who is here in the company and informative to be able to get the customers to the right department quicker.
March 03, 2017
Small business owner, who uses Fonality services across our business in multiple locations. Business is sales driven and outbound calling and tracking are important components to the business. It is also important to have options and ability to record calls on demand when needed from tracking or review purposes. Fonality provides this functionality.
- Impressed with the quality of the equipment provided (Polycom VVX 4 Series handset). Great speakerphone compared to the phone that was provided by the previous provider with a lower overall cost.
- Like the dashboard and softphone capabilities.
- Customer service and setup was excellent. Available and willing to take necessary time during the setup phase.
- The initial setup is a seemed a little challenging (however, the customer service was very patient in stepping through the process).
- Setting up the remote phone location was a little challenging compared to other lines.
- Would be nice if the record all function was available at a lower cost.
Read Brian Bliss's full review
I think this system is very well suited for small businesses who need flexibility in setup. Also for those who like to have the option of a softphone and mobile solutions working in conjunction with the physical equipment in an office. I think this is very well suited for sales offices or call center setups where quality of call and reporting functionality are important.
February 24, 2017
It is being used by the whole organization. We were looking for a system where all of our different retail stores were just an extension away. We began looking at VOIP phones to also eliminate phone lines we were paying for. We are also still in the process of getting all the phones hooked up at each location and the numbers ported over. We have been taking it store by store to work the kinks out at each location.
- All my stores are just an extension away.
- Very easy to forward calls to a cell phone, and get transcripts of voicemail in my email.
- Calls are very clear and without lag.
- Initial set up was painful. Many kinks to work out.
- Tech support is below average. It seems as if our own IT department is more knowledgeable about the system than their employees.
- Do not like the fact that if you place a call on hold you can't pick it up without it being transferred.
Read Robert Duckworth's full review
I would recommend Fonality over some of the competitors, pricing was a major factor in our decision to choose Fonality.
February 22, 2017
Our company uses Fonality to manage and keep track of incoming calls. The options allow us to monitor all calls and make sure they are handled properly. The system is fairly simple to use and therefore it's easy to teach others how to use Fonality effectively. I especially appreciate the ability to create multiple phone queues.
- Fonality is simple to use, so it's simple to teach as well.
- The HUB is easy to read and modify as needed. This is helpful when training representatives on answering phone calls.
- Quick and simple to record phone calls for training purposes.
- Easy to access recorded calls and call history.
- The UI seems a little dated.
- The website is very dated. It reminds me of when Windows first came out.
Read Ben Jung Min Suh's full review
It seems to work well for small call centers and/or similar set-ups
February 17, 2017
Fonality's phone system will be used to replace a dated Altigen hosted PBX solution that was purchased in 2005 which is the current phone system in use by the entire company for our customer service, purchasing, shipping, receiving, and administrative departments.
- The Cloud PBX functionality makes updating the ACD remotely a breeze
- The ability to view queues from anywhere on the globe is wonderful
- Offering a softphone solution for offsite work, or a phoneless desk, is a great solution to a common problem: space and price
- The Cloud PBX frequently shows configuration errors and needs a decent length of time to propagate otherwise simple changes
- There's no solid desktop replacement to the previous Java-based HUD software, only the new HUDWeb which, while nice, doesn't offer many features that the software-based solution did such as an Always On Top mode
- I'm completely unable to update the CNAM through the Cloud PBX, and the customer service representatives that I've spoken with have been of unfortunately little help
- If you use a hardware firewall, you may need to all of the VoIP configuration manually without guided steps, as Fonality does not offer guides for many hardware firewall solutions
Read Cora Underhill's full review
Well Suited For
- Businesses that lack the space on desks for phones and would rather use a software solution
- Businesses with limited wall jacks that need phones with Ethernet passthrough
- Businesses where moving extensions may be harder than moving the physical phone
February 10, 2017
It is being used across the organization. It helps in the fact that we have employees that work outside the office so it easy to set up for them.
- Deployment for employees outside the office. They will ship the phone directly to our remote employee and I can configure the phone from the web panel.
- Their response time to outages is unacceptable. I don't think they realize that our phones are our bloodline for business, their tech support is lackadaisical about when our phones will come back up etc. We probably have an outage 4-6 times a yr. You can't talk to their technical team directly, you have to talk to "Tech support" who talk to the technical team which is just frustrating and takes longer to resolve issues.
- The phone call clarity is just average, we hear other calls in the background (not very loud but still noticeable).
Read Nick Bhatia's full review
If you have remote users, it's easy to deploy. But again their service is sub par.
The firm utilizes Fonality for our phone system.
- Right now I can't tell you anything that they do particularly well.
- Quality of the system
- Technical support
- Basic administration of the company
Read Nancy Wright's full review
When I first started with Fonality, the server they created for me/assigned me did not work and so they had to build/create another one. Because of that, there were two different numbers floating around out there for us and we were double billed. I have had numerous phone conversations with Fonality as to the drop offs, etc. I have tried for 3 months to get a phone replaced. It was sent to the wrong address twice. I finally received it today.
We use Fonality across the entire business. It fills the need for our customer service department, our alternate office location, and people that work from home.
- The user interface is done in an intuitive way where it's easy to set nup and understand. There are many things you can do for call routing and other phone tree setup.
- We went from a standard BCM phone system to VOIP system. So having everything done over IP and UI is a lot easier for users to manage.
- All the different functionality is important too. We can have people working from anywhere and still be connected to the business. You can forward on phone calls to your cell phones. The HUD is a neat feature that [lets] customer service users use a computer app instead of the phone handset.
- The customer service is almost non-existent. It's really hard to get good service with tough questions. With minor things it's fine, but with more advanced things it wasn't very good.
- The HUDWeb, the online versions of the phone software, was really bad at connecting for users that worked from home. But to be fair it could have been their internet connection.
- Call quality has been an issue....if not properly set up. The phone system needs high internet speeds which is something Northfield doesn't have. We've seen diminished call quality when bandwidth is getting sucked up.
Read Joseph Lavin's full review
[My rating is] between a 7 and 8. The software and UI is really cool. But they still need to work out the kinks with their customer service, HUDWeb, and call quality. Unfortunately, this is the only VOIP I've used, but I think overall they're right there.
January 26, 2017
Fonality is a totally web-based PBX. We don't need phone lines, a server, or even a single physical location. Anywhere there is an internet connection is enough. PBX services are bundled with SIP trunks for one low fee per user. It has lowered the costs of our telephony significantly.
- Eliminates the need for separate phone lines, SIP trunks, and PBX
- Their HUD display on the PC is invaluable for seeing what calls come in for everyone and for doing transfers
- Excellent customer service
- Initial implementation can be slightly rocky
Read Dr Troy Lowell's full review
[It is well suited for] any business that is currently paying for a combination of phone lines, SIP trunks, and PBX services or offices with multiple locations.
My Fonality system is used for basic phone calls and sales call tracking. I am also able to direct incoming calls to specific people for sales or service.
- Technical support is very knowledgeable.
- The web portal is very easy to navigate and make changes on the spot.
- HUD integration is a very important feature to Fonality. I did not have that when I first purchased the system.
- I run a Insurance sales office and would like to be able to log onto the Fonality site and track how many phone call are going out from my sales team and how many incoming calls are picked up by my support staff.
- I have not been able to figure out how to use mobile HUD yet.
- I would like to be able to log into the Fonality site using an app on my phone, preferably using Touch ID.
Read Fernando Escamilla's full review
Fonality is great for people who work from home because you can program the outgoing call to show the office number as the caller ID. You can program the system to direct the phone call to any number.
We only have a simple two line setup, that lets us accomplish all our tasks with a functional virtual operator.
- Easy Setup
- Vast configurability
- Works with many phones.
- More robust in using it with a tablet or your smart phone
- We have never gotten a speaker phone to work properly and we have 1,000 dollar phones
Read Brandon Roach's full review
Like I said in bullet points it would be really nice to answer my phone directly on my smart phone. For any office it is a powerful system that is affordable and can grow into many big scenarios.
January 13, 2017
We use it for our San Francisco office. It allows us to use our phone system wherever someone takes a laptop. Call management is also simplified.
- Call quality is strong with sufficient bandwidth.
- Customer service is very, very helpful and very charitable in assistance.
- The ability to schedule call forwarding or other answer trees based on date and time of day helps us efficiently direct people to our after-hours dispatcher.
- Phone servers have been down more often than we encountered with analog, but returns quickly enough to not be an impediment.
- Sometimes the software HUD requires a reset.
Read Josh Elsbernd's full review
Fonality is great for businesses that have a workforce in different areas but want to be united under one phone system; it's also great for businesses that have to respond differently to phone calls based on time of day. It is less appropriate for places with low upload bandwidth.
January 11, 2017
We originally soft deployed Fonality to just our customer service department so that we could utilize the call center functions. After a few months, we deployed it across our entire organization. At the time we were already in need of a new PBX system (due to the growth of our company), I offered VOIP as a cost effective solution to help with analytics from our call center as well as to provide better features to the rest of our users. We also liked the user friendliness of the admin role, as it no longer requires us to use a third party contract for phone changes.
- User friendliness of the system not only as an admin but for users as well
- A lot of features and functionality
- Quick response time for tech support
- Provide a checklist of systems that could be affected by VOIP. We ran into issues with our very expensive all in one machine (printer, fax, copy), CC terminal, and polycom conference phone not being compatible with VOIP so we had the additional cost of upgrading or buying additional equipment to make them compatible.
- I think the onboarding process could be a little stronger especially when migrating an entire organization. I had to piece together the information and training for the end users. Although they do provide a wealth of information it's not well organized.
Read Theresa Montgomey's full review
- They provide a lot of tools (apps for mobile users, Heads Up Display, and call center solutions)
- Even their basic handsets are feature rich.
- We have not experienced any issues with phone quality or down time.
- Love that we are able to quickly customize our on hold messages, routing calls, etc.
NetFortris (formerly Fonality) Scorecard Summary
Feature Scorecard Summary
What is NetFortris (formerly Fonality)?
Rated PCMag's Editors' Choice for Business VoIP 2016, NetFortris (formerly Fonality) is a leading business phone system provider that bundles its unified communications software for a complete business communications solution. NetFortris says it is known for:
- Innovating with Heads Up Display (HUD) so users can see who's available, chat, audio and video conference, record calls on the fly, and more
- Building in fundamental call center features like simple queues
- Offering advanced features that make enterprise-level call center available at the fraction of the price
- Including a web phone and mobile app at no additional cost
- Lowering costs with unlimited calling plans between the U.S. and more than a half dozen other countries and territories
- Providing 24/7 support - even on holidays
- Transparency: if there is an issue, they'll tell users
NetFortris (formerly Fonality) Screenshots
Fonality's Heads Up Display (HUD) Web dashboard is home base for connecting with colleagues and customers.Chatting is easy in HUD as they are easily launched by hovering over a fellow user's avatar. Chats are also available within Groups and Conferences.Managers with Fonality's Advance Call Center license can Barge, Monitor, or Whisper with one click. Useful for training, customer insights, and quality assurance. Real-time call queue information is shown in the Dock area to the right.Every Fonality system comes with voicemail boxes for all users, but with optional Voicemail Transcription you'll never have to listen to a voicemail again. Transcribed voicemails are delivered in HUD and via email.
NetFortris (formerly Fonality) Video
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NetFortris (formerly Fonality) Pricing
Starting Price: $30
- Does not have featureFree Trial Available?No
- Does not have featureFree or Freemium Version Available?No
- Does not have featurePremium Consulting/Integration Services Available?No
- Entry-level set up fee?Required
|On-premise Edition||Pricing Details||Terms|
|Hybrid Premise Subscription (Appliance and Phone for Each User)||200.00||per location, per month|
|Hybrid Software Subscription (Required with Hybrid Premise)||14.99||per user, per month|
|Hybrid Premise Purchase||Varies||Varies|
|SaaS Edition||Pricing Details||Terms|
|Essentials Edition||19.99||per user, per month|
|Professional Edition||24.99||per user, per month|
|Ultimate Edition||34.99||per user, per month|
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NetFortris (formerly Fonality) Customer Size Distribution
|Small Businesses (1-50 employees)||40%|
|Mid-Size Companies (51-500 employees)||50%|
|Enterprises (> 500 employees)||10%|
NetFortris (formerly Fonality) Support Options
|Video Tutorials / Webinar|
NetFortris (formerly Fonality) Technical Details
|Deployment Types:||On-premise, SaaS|
|Operating Systems:||Windows, Mac|
|Mobile Application:||Apple iOS, Android|
|Supported Countries:||Global (99 countries and territories)|
Frequently Asked Questions
NetFortris provides business phone systems using Polycom and Yealink IP phones. They offer three subscription-based pricing plans, all including unlimited VoIP and desktop phone options. Advanced plans include other features such as video collaboration, softphone, and on-demand recording.
NetFortris (formerly Fonality) starts at $30.
Reviewers rate Call park highest, with a score of 8.7.
The most common users of NetFortris (formerly Fonality) are from Small Businesses and the Insurance industry.