Voxis has a larger feature set and our feature sets have more
customizable options that any other type of phone system. There
is no phone system in the world more configurable and customizable
that Asterisk "."
Please check our List of Features
for a list of most used features and our KB
to see most of the customizable options
you know that most hosted PBX services are running a forked version
of Asterisk? Did you know that a good number of local IP-PBX manufactures
have at least one module forked from Asterisk?.
is a forked version you ask? A commercial licensing agreement
that allows you to take the source code and re-compile it with
your own modifications. Are they making the code better? No, and
most of the time they are not even changing the backend code,
they are writing their own front end user interface.
3 reasons to do this
- Control the user experience, to what the providers wants your
experience to be
- Ability to integrate with billing systems as you turn on and
The second is the issue here, in an effort for all the service
providers to lay claim to the easiest to use web interface they
started stripping all the features, for the features they leave
in, they strip what you can customize, nobody ever stopped to
think maybe businesses want, need, or could use these features.
Sure that's great you can have a ring group, but why is it limited
to X devices, or why can't you set a ring pattern. Why is an IVR
limited to 9 selections and total of 2 IVRs deep? It's because
options add clutter and clutter gives the appearance of not easy
Voxis does not use a forked version of Asterisk, we use Asterisk
with a FreePBX overlay that gives you an easy to use web interface
that keeps all the options intact and usable.
Scared of the Clutter, no problem with Voxis, we have options
that make it even easier, see our better support section for more