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Cloud VoIP Phone System

No More Long Term Contracts!

We are so confident in the quality of our Cloud VoIP Phone Systems that we do not make you sign a contract. It is a belief in the product we sell. You supply the broadband we supply the rest.

How It Works:

  • We will consult with your IT team to meet your company’s specific needs!
  • Pick your IP phones, PC Console, App or Mobile Devices.
  • We Port Your Numbers!
  • We will pre-engineer your system & deliver it to your office ready to plug and play.
  • You start saving up to 70%!

Give us an opportunity to engineer a solution for you, it’s FREE and you will see the difference!
Serving the Chicago to Milwaukee corridor and all points in between including:
Naperville, Aurora, Wheaton, Schaumburg, Evanston, Arlington Heights, Highland Park, Waukegan, Kenosha, Racine, Caledonia, Oak Creek, Cudahy & Waukesha.

CaaS- Communications as a Service

Considered an enterprise communication type solution that is outsourced, Communications as a Service or CaaS may be used under lease from one individual vendor.

This type communication can be comprised of VoIP or voice over Internet protocol, IM (instant messaging), collaborative situations and video conferencing related apps incorporating mobile and fixed type devices. Much in the same way SaaS or Software as a Service has developed, CaaS has followed a similar route.


Vendors working with CaaS have a responsibility for all hardware and software related management and can provide a high Quality of Service (QOS).

Businesses can use CaaS to target deployment of communications modes and devices via an “as-needed” basis (pay-as-you-go). This reduces the need for large capital investment and continuing overhead for any system where capacity could be insufficient or excessive with regard to existing demand.

Scalability and expandability is available with CaaS where small-sized or medium-sized businesses would normally not be able to afford it. On demand addition of coverage, modes or devices is also possible.

Feature sets and the capacity of a network can be modified daily as needed allowing functionality to keep up with demand while keeping wasted resources to a minimum. Obsolescence, replacement or large routine upgrades are not an issue.