XO Communications introduces online SIP savings tool

If you're an enterprise that wants to know how much money you'll save in adopting SIP-based services, XO's (OTC BB: XOHO.OB) Saving Estimator tool could be just the tool you need.

With XO's online-based Savings Estimator tool, enterprises will be able to calculate the approximate cost-savings benefit of using XO Enterprise SIP. Ideal for multi-site businesses, Enterprise SIP enables customers to consolidate their distributed voice network into a more centralized VoIP architecture.

Given the diverse needs of a multi-site enterprise business, XO's Enterprise SIP Savings Estimator can give a "snapshot" of how much an enterprise could save by adopting SIP-based voice by taking into account the amount of employees, network locations and intra-company long distance calls. What's more, the tool can estimate the cost savings benefits of XO Enterprise SIP, including network management and lower operating costs by reducing the amount of required equipment, in addition to the cost of local voice trunks, long distance and multiple voice and data network connections.

Even though enterprise SIP-based services are still arguably nascent, XO has managed to build out a deep VoIP service footprint that's currently available in more than 2,700 U.S. cities. Having a tool in hand that takes into consideration a specific enterprise's unique needs could also give XO's sales team a nice proof point as it tries to sell business customers that are looking to cut more costs as they come out of the recent global economic downturn.

For more:
- see the release here 
 - users can click here to look at the SIP Estimator

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