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  • Network Voice and Data Communications

    Since 1978, NVD has offered solutions to improve the speed and flexibility of business communications while allowing your business to prioritize how and where your customers can reach you. NVD offers total support including design, engineering, installation and maintenance.

  • Communications Solutions

    Today's telecommunications platforms provide more features and benefits to your company than ever before while reducing your total cost of ownership. When was the last time your organization researched its communications infrastructure? NVD can help.

  • Keeping Up?

    Technology changes rapidly. Your demands and your customer's demands change as quickly. Can your communications system keep up?

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Why NVD?Your Needs + Our Expertise = Your Solution.

Our goal is to provide proven communication solutions to our customers - from application rich premise-based systems to essential cloud-based systems and everything in between.

Conversations with, not to, our customer by our Telecommunication Consultants to determine a cost-effective communications solution which will meet our customer's goals with the capacity for growth should the need arise.

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  • Cloud-based solutions

    A cloud-based hosted PBX is a fully-managed flexible cloud-based solution that grows with you and supports unified communications without the capital expense of a premises-based PBX. It also provides built-in continuity and obsolescence protection.
    A hosted PBX solution provides logistical benefits that are hard to find with any other type of installation. With hosted, you can grow one seat at a time. This allows you to pay only for the services that you need. Hosted seats are quickly and easily deployed, making the initial install and future growth less painful. Because hosted PBX seats are connected via the IP network, it doesn’t matter where they are located. If you open an office in a different location, simply add hosted telephone sets there and they become a part of your existing system.
    Because your telephone system and its features are hosted in the cloud, there is no need for on-site management. Moves, adds and changes can typically be administered remotely.
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  • On-premise solutions

    Quickly and reliably connect your people and customers using an efficient and affordable phone system.
    We know the phone is the lifeblood of a any business, so a On-Premise system supports phone basics but also delivers powerful communications applications.
    An On-Premise solution scales with your business growth and uses either VoIP or Digital infrastructure to reduce communications costs.
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  • Infrastructure

    Any solution will perform as well as the infrastructure it is built upon.
    Everything begins with a solid foundation and communications are no different. From cabling to switching to routing to security to carrier services - all must be sufficient to handle the requirements of your organization's needs.
    It is this aspect which is so often overlooked when planning to meet any goal when in practice it should be the first step to achieving that very goal.
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Premise PBX

With an on-premise VoIP system, IP PBX equipment and IP phones are installed on-site and connected to your LAN. You own/administer/maintain all related equipment and software. Calls come to the system from a communications service provider over traditional PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network) lines—or over your T-1/PRI connections or SIP trunks—and are distributed to VoIP phones.

 

Pros:

  • Greater control over your telecom investment – Ownership means that hardware, software, devices, messages, records, etc. all remain on your company’s premises. You have tight control over updates and security – and with the system on-site – can quickly address outages and issues.

  • Enhanced customization – Applications, system specifications and configuration details can be tailored to your exact needs, which is difficult to achieve with pre-packaged hosted solutions.

  • Total Cost of Ownership – An on-premise solution requires a one-time capital outlay. After that, the only recurring costs are for maintenance and upgrades. Your service is managed internally. Generally speaking, companies with 100 or more users at any one location consider this solution to be more cost-effective in the long run.

  • Superior QoS – On-premise solutions run on your infrastructure. With hosted solutions, traffic runs on the provider’s WAN, which can compromise quality and reliability.

  • Network Convergence – Combine voice and data traffic on the same network to reduce network costs.

 

Cons:

  • Substantial capital outlay – The initial costs for IP-PBX’s, servers, phones, software and maintenance contracts, etc. are significant. Given the inherent robustness of hosted offerings, many companies feel it is better to reserve capital spending for other projects.

  • Requires in-house resources to manage and maintain – Many organizations would rather focus their IT talent on other initiatives. Many IT staffs are limited and can become overburdened with maintenance/management tasks, which can delay upgrades, etc. Delayed upgrades can lead to operating on old versions that may no longer be supported by the manufacturer.

  • Limited flexibility and scalability – Routine activities like Moves/Adds/Changes (MAC), adding new system features, configuring remote users, scaling to handle growth or peak call volumes, etc. require IT resources and/or hardware/software upgrades to execute. With hosted solutions, many of these modifications can be done – on-demand – through web-based administration.

  • Time-to-solution – On-premise systems can require a lengthy implementation period, and the project is typically complex. Hosted solutions are more rapidly deployed.

  • Total Cost of Ownership – Capital outlay aside – annual maintenance costs, additional licenses, hardware replacements and upgrades add-up over time. Company is also responsible for redundancy, downtime and power costs.

 

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