Enterprise cloud phone system
Zoom Phone supports traditional business phone system features delivered with a streamlined user experience to modernize employee and customer interactions
Quickly provision and manage users and intelligently monitor business interactions with an easy-to-use centralized administration portal
The globally distributed Zoom cloud platform delivers secure HD Voice with enterprise-class reliability and quality of service to ensure every call is perfect
Never miss a call. With intelligent personal and system call routing capabilities calls are quickly and efficiently connected.
Improve employee productivity with native integrations to Salesforce.com, Microsoft Office 365, and Google G-Suite
Keep your current PSTN service provider to power the Zoom Phone cloud PBX service in virtually any country.
Easily listen to or read your transcribed voicemails or listen to recorded phone calls from any PC, deskphone, or mobile device.
Enable your employees to communicate with secure high definition voice conversations
Preserve the traditional deskphone experience with support for VoIP devices from Polycom and Yealink. See all the devices we support
Users can quickly transition a Zoom Phone call to a Zoom Meeting
with a single touch of a button.
Bring the full power of Zoom Meeting content sharing, video, and chat to a Zoom Phone call
Eliminate the need for participants to end the current call to only dial-in to a separate conference bridge
Significantly reduce the time required to start a Meeting or Conference call
Preserve the traditional deskphone experience, integrate with SIP paging solutions, and connect legacy devices with ATA.
Zoom Phone quality monitoring dashboards and call detail reporting
give administrators the power to proactively monitor and troubleshoot call quality issues.
Quickly visualize and evaluate the health of Zoom Phone performance to stay on top of potential network-related quality issues
Identify and isolate potential network issues with native reporting of VoIP codec bit rates, packet loss, jitter, and network latency
IT administrators can track the performance
of all calls traversing the network with automatically
assigned Mean Opinion Scores (MOS)