On-premises or hosted phone systems that offer flexibility and unrivalled functionality
Whether it’s delivered on your premises or in the cloud, we can supply and support phone systems that allow you to communicate and collaborate effectively with your key stakeholders. Our high-end on-premises systems, which use both traditional and IP technology, come with the latest call handling features and applications, while our HV.Select product offers a more cost-effective way to manage your telephony and comes with enterprise-grade functionality.
Leverage our 30-year heritage in provisioning, solution architecture, monitoring and management, to maintain your legacy and other onsite technology in line with your business requirements.
Our robust and cost-effective break-fix maintenance packages help you quickly resume operations if something goes wrong with your voice and IT systems and hardware.
Hosted VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) is a phone system that converts voice calls into data and transmits them over the internet. Our HV.Select package is easy and simple to manage and allows you to stay in control from wherever you are.
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"I had no idea what a hosted VoIP telephone system was prior to speaking to Daisy. But our account manager was really helpful and explained it so simply that the cost benefits were soon very clear."
Simona Tocco, Facilities and Building Manager at The Handel House Trust
Daisy’s breadth of experience with traditional infrastructure and private cloud solutions, makes us the obvious choice to manage your on-premises IT estate.
Hosted Voice Select
Daisy’s Hosted Voice Select delivers a truly market leading hosted VoIP proposition. Fully cloud based, so you spend less money on hardware and maintenance, while having access to enterprise grade functionality.
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