Retrac’s Skype for Business cloud-based telephony solution means you no longer need to have a phone system installed on site. Simply tell us how many users and we will do the rest – on a per user, per month basis.
With all the functions you are used to – including Hold, Transfer, IVR, Conferencing – now being available to run on your laptop, iPhone and Android, as well as our range of Polycom handsets and Plantronics headsets. You are free to explore the new opportunities. The phone system of the past is no more.
Retrac’s Skype for Business telephony is both powerful and flexible. Other benefits include:
Start using cloud telephony in days, not weeks. Simply plug in and we will do the rest.
Our cloud phone system includes Chat, Video, Conferencing, Meetings and mobile communications.
Easily chat with external parties with Skype for Business borderless technology.
It’s coming and will be available through the same platform.
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