Overall Satisfaction with Broadvoice
At Volunteer Ministry Center, we use Broadvoice for all of our telephone and conference calling needs. We utilize the call forwarding feature that allows us to forward to our cell phones, we use the Page feature, messaging, and utilize the voice to text feature as well. I find it very helpful for keeping up with calls and overall better communication. We went from a phone system that had not been updated since the 1990s to a state-of-the-art program with Broadvoice. I am the administrator for our account and I feel like I gained a great amount of information in order to keep it running and running smoothly.
- Voice to email allows you to see voicemails on your email.
- Maybe all of the areas you have to go to to get a new person set up could be on one tab instead of having to go to SIP and voicemail.
- We really just needed an upgrade and this seemed like the most logical choice for us. If you are techy you can make it do really cool things, if you aren't, it works as a normal phone.
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Coming out of a phone system from the 1990s, we are blown away by the technology. Still as easy to use as a "regular" landline phone but you can certainly do so much more with the technology. Monitor voicemails, forward to cell phones...or anywhere else for that matter. Conference call (like Zoom).