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Migrating from a Premises-Based PBX to the Cloud: The Tide Has Turned

Migrating from a Premises-Based PBX to the Cloud: The Tide Has Turned

Published by: Research Desk Released: Dec 23, 2019

Industry watchers and pundits all agree that in the cloud-versuspremises PBX debate, the cloud has won. Cloud-based “as a service” solutions are taking off as companies look to the cloud for their unified communications (UC), collaboration, and contact center needs.

Organizations of all sizes and across all verticals are choosing cloud-based unified communications—also known as unified communications as a service or UCaaS—for bringing together voice, text, messaging, video, conferencing, meetings, and more. With UCaaS, workers can seamlessly communicate over voice, instant messaging, and video from any device and location, improving worker productivity and effectiveness.

The market for cloud-based business telephony services is growing quickly. According to MZA’s 2018 “Global Cloud/Hosted Business Telephony” analysis, end-user revenue is expected to grow to $10.4 billion by 2023, with the installed base of users almost doubling between 2018 and 2023.

Businesses with outdated premises-based PBXs, many of which are being end-of-lifed and no longer supported by their manufacturers, are moving to UCaaS to improve internal and external communications, modernize their communications systems, and access new capabilities and functionality.