Take your small business to the next level with a professional, modern phone service. Jive is a cloud-based business phone system that offers advanced features, easy setup and reliable service – all for an affordable price.See what Jive can do
Jive phone systems deliver a powerful set of enterprise-grade and productivity-enhancing VoIP features tailored to small and medium business markets.
Advanced features like auto attendants, custom greetings, voicemail to email and video conferencing are delivered at a competitive price for a dramatically lower total cost of ownership.
Jive phones are shipped to you ready for plug-and-play. No hardware setup required, and your call flow is ready to go live in a matter of minutes.
Any small business or startup now has access to a full-featured phone system that previously would’ve cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. No IT department? No problem. Our small business phone solutions are easy enough for anyone to set up and come standard with advanced features, so even very small businesses can give customers an enterprise-quality experience.
Want calls to get a live answer from a sales or support queue during office hours and hit an auto attendant after hours? Want to page all agents at once to save time and energy? Learn how easy it can be with our small business phone solution.
The ability to page a group, transfer a call to someone’s voicemail, connect 10 people to a conference bridge, or listen to your messages on your smartphone are not only possible but simple. That's the power of a small business phone system
Jive allows you to work from home, on the go, remotely, and—when it’s time for a break—not at all. Everything you’re looking for in a small business phone system. An internet connection lets you manage the phone system from any computer, and make calls from any desktop or mobile device.
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Operating in over 20 states, American Family Insurance primarily sells through independent agencies and specialized brokers. American Family has over 8,000 direct employees with thousands of independent agents. Jive Communications helps American Family provide outstanding customer
service in a competitive market via Jive Hosted VoIP, its cloud-based PBX system.
When choosing the best small business phone system for your business, you want to look for a phone system that’s:
For more help on how to choose the best small business phone system for your business, check out our Buyer’s Guide.
A PBX (private branch exchange) system for small business is a phone system that connects your office phones to the public switch telephone network (PSTN). The small business PBX manages incoming and outgoing calls, both from internal extensions and external numbers. A PBX impacts almost every aspect of your business, including your budget, employee productivity, and customer care. Without a PBX system, your business is left with no ability to direct calls to specific departments or employees. An outside call will ring every phone, and there are no extensions enabling one-on-one calling within the office.
A cloud-based phone system transmits calls through data networks rather than through traditional phone lines. The equipment that enables a cloud-based phone system is managed, stored, maintained, and updated off-site, freeing small businesses from many IT and communications concerns and costs. Access to the service is provided through your internet connection rather than through a phone line. This delivers greater mobility to small businesses, who can access calls and voicemails to their business number, and the functionality of their office phone, anywhere they have an internet connection.
That depends. If you have a traditional, on-premises phone system, where you purchase the system and maintain it in your office, then your phone system has an average lifespan of five to seven years.
A cloud-based phone system, on the other hand, is considered “future-proof.” It has no discernible lifespan. The system’s equipment and software are the responsibility of the provider, not you. The provider maintains the equipment off-site and handles all system maintenance and software updates. That means you always have the latest technology, features, and applications.