VoiceOnyx, VoIP service provider, presents the Remote Line Access feature. This feature enables employees who are outside the office to make a phone call using their business telephone number. This feature allows callers to control their privacy settings when calling from a personal cell phone by keeping their number private.
Who Uses This Feature Most?
A wide range of VoiceOnyx customers benefit from using the Remote Line Access feature. For example, entrepreneurs who dedicate most of their time to their business love having access to their business phone number 24/7. These entrepreneurs are looking to grow their business round-the-clock and never want to miss a profitable opportunity.
Criminal Lawyers are very fond of the Remote Line Access feature as they may receive phone calls from potential clients at any time – day or night. The privacy setting is very important to these professionals who usually prefer being reached only via their business telephone number. Many Lawyers value the option to return calls by masking their personal number and routing the call via the office phone system.
Sales Professionals who are always out in the field frequently use the Remote Line Access feature. They appreciate the option to pick up business phone calls from wherever they are. Sales Professionals need the ability to maintain a high level of professionalism by making it seem like they’re calling from the office.
Business Owners who believe their office phone number is part of their brand identity view the the Remote Line Access feature as a necessity for their business. These business owners believe the office phone number represents their business and is part of their company’s branding strategy.
How to Use the Feature
All of the hard work related to setting up the Remote Line Access feature is performed by VoiceOnyx technicians. The transition is seamless for VoiceOnyx customers making the feature very easy to use.
“VoiceOnyx assigns the client with a masking number. The client starts by dialing in the masking number which allows him or her to dial in the office phone system. The client will hear the phone ring once and then hear the dial tone again. At this point, he or she will dial the phone number of the person intended to be reached,” explains Joseph Phillips, Technician at VoiceOnyx.
“There are just two simple steps: first you dial in the office phone system, then you dial the person you are trying to reach,” confirms Joseph.