We are delighted to announce that our very own, cloud-based phone system, Wave has earned PC Pro Recommended status following their latest edition of business VoIP phone system reviews. As one of only four products to earn this status, this cements Wave as one of the leading options for businesses looking to make an easy transition to digital communications.
“Wave delivers powerful cloud-based voice services that are simple to manage and offers a great range of call-handling features at a very competitive price.”
This fantastic review, from an industry-leading publication, demonstrates that Wave is now a real contender in the industry for businesses looking for a cost-effective, feature-rich VoIP phone system . Crucially for SMBs, the review highlights that the simplicity of Wave does not come at a cost of functionality:
“It’s designed from the ground up to be easy to manage and use, but this doesnt come at the cost of features as Wave offers all the cal-handling services a growing business could possibly need”.
In the five star review, PC Pro outlined many key features of the system as highlights, and also noted the speed of deployment and ease of setup, which is crucial for SMBs. Of the swift and easy deployment process, PC Pro said:
“We found deployment a swift process. After discussing our needs with Gradwell, it supplied Yealink desk phone with MAC addresses pre-registered to our account. All we had to do was plug them into our internet-connected PoE switch.”
Looking at the features of Wave, intelligent call handling is another area that received praise, with the publication writing:
“Call handling features are in abundance. For hunt groups, you assign an extension and add multiple steps that define who will be called and where the call should be routed to if it’s unanswered.”
Other areas reserved for praise include the cost-effective pricing model, reporting & analytics capabilities, the admin portal and the newly announced Microsoft Teams integration.
To read the review in full, pick up the latest edition, issue 333, of PC Pro Magazine, available on newsstands everywhere.