Cloud PBX (Private Branch Exchange) is a virtual PBX system hosted on off-site servers totally driven by the internet. The cloud system uses VoIP to make and receive calls and routes phone calls to the correct destination via SIP (Session Internet Protocols). To simplify, instead of having a complex setup of hardware and phone lines on site, everything is managed virtually in the cloud.
How Does Nomadix PBX Work?
Nomadix’s cloud-managed PBX service provides telephony capabilities with clear HD voice technology for guest rooms and front desk/administrative locations in the hotel. We offer three IP phones with options such as built-in Wi-Fi, LED screens, and headsets to meet different needs. Our solution is also compatible with most SIP/IP phones on the market and on guest room assistants from our affiliated company Angie.
Nomadix PBX offers:
- Simple, wireless set-up process
- Easy phone configuration
- Comprehensive administrative capabilities
- Standard hospitality features for internal calls
- Meets all emergency standards in the U.S. and Canada
- Contactless options available with Angie voice assistants
Why Should Hotels Make The Switch?
Cloud PBX offers dramatic cost savings, saves space, and remains fully compatible with all U.S. and Canadian emergency requirements. Making the switch to Nomadix PBX simultaneously upgrades outdated equipment while saving the hotel money each month. Only pay for what is needed and what guests actually use.
Thanks to the wireless capability of standard IP phones and Angie guest room assistants, guest room phones no longer need to be tethered by a standard phone connection. They can be placed anywhere with wireless internet access, giving you maximum flexibility.
Additionally, pairing Nomadix PBX with Angie guest room assistants adds contactless functionality to fulfill guest requests and answer questions about the hotel and nearby attractions. This eliminates many touchpoints to increase safety precautions and provide more efficiency.
Contact us to know more about how you can save by switching to Nomadix PBX in the U.S. and Canada.