Upgrade your customers’ business phone systems
We can help revolutionise the way your customers communicate with our cost-effective, flexible business phone systems.
Whether their preference is an on-premise system or a cloud-hosted product, we can make sure they get the best solution for them.
Daisy is Mitel’s largest partner in the UK and we have worked with them for over 18 years. Add to that strong partnerships with Avaya and Gamma and you can rest assured that your customers will be in good hands.
Plus, we offer robust and cost-effective system maintenance packages to give your customers extra reassurance, should they ever experience any issues.
Transform your customers’ legacy phones using our market-leading VoIP phone system.Daisy Hosted Voice
Transform your customers’ office communications with a Mitel productOn Premise Phone System
Frequently Asked Questions
We take away the need for upfront capital investment in expensive billing platforms and staff. We manage all the customer touchpoints for you and with our Daisy billing, collection and customer service
We have a dedicated customer service department for partner customers who are billed through Daisy
You can offer your customers any service from our portfolio.
Your customer has access to our online account management platform – Daisy MyAccount – which makes it easy for your customers to manage their account by giving them the information needed, when and how you want it.
We don’t restrictions our partners around connector codes or minimum performance targets, giving you an unlimited revenue stream
With Daisy Hosted Voice, an engineer comes and installs the system and ensures it is installed correctly. With Daisy Hosted Voice Plug & Play there is no need for an engineer as the system is a lot smaller, it simply runs through a WiFi dongle so they can easily set it up.
As Daisy Hosted Voice and Daisy Hosted Voice Plug & Play is hosted in the cloud, it may not seem the most secure. However, the cloud encrypts the apps used to access it and protects data from hackers, and by storing data in the cloud and not a physical system, it is protected against theft or damage.
With Daisy Hosted Voice customers can have from 5 to over 250 users on their phone system making it the perfect system for any sized business! If they are a smaller business, we offer Daisy Hosted Voice Plug & Play, which holds up to 5 users.
With a VoIP system such as Daisy Hosted Voice, it is easy to manage users via the online portal. If changes are required such as adding or removing extensions they can simply do so online. There is no need for engineers help and therefore no extra maintenance fees.
With Daisy Hosted Voice, an upgrade to IP handsets is required, which run over the internet. These are similar to traditional landline phones and we offer top of the range handsets from Polycom and Yealink. With a VoIP phone system such as Daisy Hosted Voice, they are also able to re-route calls to a mobile or PC via the mobile app or online portal.
Not necessarily. Some legacy PBX solutions centralise the voice and UC server platform to enable UC capabilities, including mobility, provided there is desktop internet access. This approach is ideal for organisations migrating or evolving gradually to a full IP-based solution. IP and UC are distinct technologies – just because a phone system is IP-based does not necessarily mean it is UC-enabled.
Using Daisy’s MyAccount portal they can set up alerts on numbers to monitor their spend.
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