VoIP helps Feed the Hungry

Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is increasingly being used by organisations as well as consumers and enterprises.

While hospitals have found that VoIP and unified communications can be used to save lives, charities are now coming to the same conclusion.

Food for the Hungry has now implemented a VoIP solution courtesy of 8x8 Inc. The Christian relief organisation has deployed a Virtual Office VoIP phone service in order to to make it easier to communicate between domestic and international offices, while saving costs at the same time.

Food for the Hungry chose 8x8 for its flexibility and low operational expense. The system allows the charity to use a number of toll free numbers and fax extensions for field offices in far and wide locations including the UK, Bolivia, Guatemala and Haiti.

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