Voice Enable Microsoft Teams with Leap Telecom

Did you know that your Microsoft Teams Client can replace your desk phone? That’s right, your Microsoft Teams Client can be set up to make and receive phone calls, the same way your desk phone does.

Leap Telecom Can Voice Enable Microsoft Teams

Leap Telecom, a Teliax company, can help you to voice-enable your Microsoft Teams clients to be able to not just make and receive phone calls, but to act as an full telephone device connected to a fully function-rich hosted PBX platform

Since the Microsoft Teams Client can have standard “softphone” connectivity, your company can benefit from reduced costs from not needing to buy expensive desk phones or have a costly PBX on-site.

Using Leap’s Cadence Hosted PBX Solution, all of the PBX functionality is in the cloud, while your Teams users use their existing Teams client to make and receive phone calls.

Leap Telecom and Microsoft Teams Integration

The Leap Telecom / Teams integration uses native Microsoft tools so the result is a seamless and cohesive user experience. There is simply no better way to voice-enable Microsoft Teams.

Leap Telecom Cadence PBX

Our Cadence Hosted PBX Platform offers all of the standard PBX functionality that you would expect in a phone system including:

  • Voicemail to Email
  • Fax to Email
  • Ring Groups
  • Conference Rooms
  • Schedules
  • Menus
  • Personalized Greetings
  • Paging
  • Intercom
  • E911
  • And much more

Get Started Today

If you would like to get started and voice-enable your Microsoft Teams platform, contact visit http://leap.tel today!

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