Drive more value out of your existing PBX solution by connecting your existing phone system to Microsoft Teams and Office 365. There’s no need for complex integrations, number porting, or extensive user training. Get up and running quickly with full support from the G12 team.
There’s no need for complex integrations, number porting, or extensive user training. Get up and running quickly with full support from the G12 team.
Remote work is the new norm, and industry-leading companies are fully embracing and realizing the significant benefits that Microsoft Team’s all-in-one environment has to offer. A fully-integrated Microsoft Teams calling solution offers access to flexible remote communications and an intuitive user experience that’s built for collaboration.
G12 Communications is a cloud communication service provider that helps businesses drive more value out of their communications solutions. Our customer-first approach, feature-rich solutions, and ultra-reliable network keep your employees and customers connected, productive, and collaborative.
Are you interested in G12 Communications Connect to Teams Direct Routing solution? We put together this list of frequently asked questions to help you learn more about this service.
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The Connect to Teams IP PBX Service fully integrates your existing IP PBX system to Microsoft Teams. It allows you to use and fully integrate your existing PBX system with Microsoft Teams softphones and mobile devices.
Yes. You are able to utilize your existing IP PBX, the features, and handsets. Not only can you use your existing IP PBX infrastructure, but you can now use Microsoft Teams softphone and mobile devices to make and receive internal and PSTN calls.
No. Your phone system does not change. G12 provides the connectivity and registration between your current IP PBX and Microsoft Teams and Teams devices.
You only need a Microsoft 365 license with the phone system feature.
You will be charged a monthly recurring fee on a per-user basis.