Grow Your Business Through Cloud Telephony
Lead your business customers into the future
With more and more customers and their teams working from home, and ISDN switch off getting closer, moving from traditional PBX to cloud communication is more important than ever before.
Chess Cloud PBX combines voice and conference call services with web-based collaboration capabilities, voicemail, messaging and mobile communication.
With cost effective solutions to suit all businesses, Chess Cloud PBX is a perfect addition to your product portfolio. And now, Microsoft Teams can be integrated with Chess Cloud PBX, for a great calling and collaboration solution in one.
Why Chess Cloud PBX?
Chess Cloud PBX is compatible with numerous different endpoint vendors, so your customers get more choice and can select the hardware that they like the most, including Polycom, Gigaset and Yealink.
Marketing material is supplied, making campaigns easy. FREE Technical accreditation, online training modules, site sessions and webinars help make sure you and your team have the most up to date product knowledge.
Simple & Straightforward
Cloud PBX has a simple set up and operation and doesn't require extensive support, allowing you to focus on selling and building a relationship with your customers. 150+ features with free automatic updates, suitable for customers with 1 employee - or 1,000s.
Cloud PBX Options and Add-ons
Chess Cloud PBX
Compatible with your customers' existing hardware, or upsell with new hardware if required. Over 150 features, so you can offer your customers a solution that fits their business needs.
Microsoft Teams integration
Microsoft Teams is fast becoming the collaboration tool of choice for all businesses of all sizes. Your customers can combine all the power of Cloud PBX with the flexibility of Microsoft Teams.
Chess Cloud PBX Lite
Use wherever your customers have access to a browser and internet connection, with the App available on the App Store and the Google Play store.
PSTN and ISDN Switch Off
BT has announced it will be starting the PSTN and ISDN switch off in 2020 (next year). The gradual phase-out of the older systems will begin in 2020, and no new orders will be taken from this point, what’s more, all lines will be removed entirely by 2025.