LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwired - December 11, 2013) - In a newly launched interview, TollFreeForwarding.com Editor Martin Ott sits down with author Stephen Olejniczak to discuss his views and insights on the ever evolving telecommunications industry. Olejniczak, who wrote the industry classics "Telecom for Dummies" and "VoIP Deployment for Dummies," delves into the impact of globalization on telecommunications, the huge opportunity of Cloud UC, and the most common pitfalls organizations face when implementing a telecom plan.
"The hardest part is to accurately predict the growth of your telecom needs," says Olejniczak. "This leaves you either paying for bandwidth and services you may never use, or scrambling to upgrade what you have." Olejniczak goes on to outline strategies for overcoming these challenges, including the use of Cloud UC. "It prevents you from buying hardware, it's infinitely more scalable than traditional phone systems, and they generally provide an amazing set of features that would be impossible in a traditional hardware configuration," says Olejniczak.
The full interview is available at the TollFreeForwarding.com business blog.
About the Author:
Stephen Olejniczak has over 20 years of experience in operations side of the telecom industry. He was recently the Director of Operations at ATI which was recognized in 2004 as the 41st fastest growing privately held company in the US. He spends some of his free time writing technical books for the industry, having authored such classics as "Telecom for Dummies" and "VoIP Deployment for Dummies."
Connecting millions of international calls per month, TollFreeForwarding.com is the number one provider of international virtual phone numbers and international call forwarding services in the world. Founded in 2002, TollFreeForwarding.com is a technology-driven, international telecommunications provider based in Los Angeles, California. TollFreeForwarding.com leverages "best of breed" technology to empower businesses with state-of-the-art capabilities and services.