Ready to shoulder the load for your business.
An ESI Communications Server is a powerful tool around which you can build your organization’s entire telecommunications strategy — and you don’t have to know it all in advance.
That’s because an ESI Communications Server — the ESI-1000, the ESI-200, the ESI-100 or the ESI-50 — can be a traditional digital business phone system, a fully standards-based IP telephony system or any mix of the two. The choice is entirely yours, and the mix can easily change when your needs do.
The ESI-50L – our most popular small business system – is feature packed without IP functionality.
Powerful, but friendly.
Despite its long list of features, an ESI Communications Server — thanks to famous ESI ease-of-use — is a phone system you’ll find friendly. It says, “Good morning.” It teaches you how to use and program it. It reminds you to change your personal greeting after a trip. And it stands by, ready to assist you whenever you need help. There are several different models of ESI desktop Feature Phones. Each is a compact, attractive addition to any desk, designed to simplify your telecommunications. Here are just two examples:
The ESI Communication Servers
The ESI line of Communications servers are a high-performance phone system that unites the communication and productivity needs of end users in small-to-medium organizations with one or more sites. The system’s expandable design integrates built-in capabilities, advanced features and highly differentiated applications into a product that’s as easily used and managed as it is flexible.
The system your business needs
We will customize your Phone system to fit the needs of your business, whether you have a small office or hundreds of employees, building on this power foundation:
Easy to choose; easy to use
The ESI system is an easy choice over other business communications systems. Its ease of use and feature-richness reduce staff frustrations, increase productivity and enhance your corporate image. And the Communications Server’s unique integration provides call-processing efficiency and cost savings that previously were impossible.
- Requires Caller ID service from your telephone service provider.
- Consult with us for details concerning licensing of optional features, capabilities, and capacities.
- Requires use of ISDN Primary Rate Interface (PRI) line.