Educators are not often – if ever – restricted to their desks.
In a K-12 setting, they often move their students from one classroom to another. They may move from one lecture hall to another across campus in a university setting. Or they may be entirely outside of a building during recess or on a field trip.
While all teachers have personal cell phones that they can use to stay connected, it is unprofessional. It can lead to misunderstandings - especially in large team settings where many educators often find themselves.
Educators need a business phone line to help them stay connected to other teachers and school administrators, even when they are out of the classroom.
Some other features that could be highly beneficial in a school or university setting are tools like extension dialing, mobile access, ring groups, and caller-ID. These features can help to keep the entire school’s communication organized and efficient.
Some excellent Voxtell Office features are designed specifically for schools and educators. A few are listed below:
Educators often need to work away from their desks, classrooms, and schools or universities. Mobile access will be essential for them too.
Making office calls through the main line with a cell phone is a must, and thankfully Voxtell has a great app that can help you stay mobile.
The importance of call routing in an educational setting cannot be understated.
With this feature, you can send parents, school system officials, and others to the right person. You can tailor modes for school and after-hours and create personalized messages.
Many school administrators want to avoid hidden fees and unexpected expenses for setup and installation, so it's no wonder that educators are often working under a budget.
Each Voxtell account includes a local and toll-free number of your preference (we can port your current number), a virtual fax extension for school documents, and a conference extension line.
Our easy setup will have you up and running in minutes, with no additional installation fees – so you can focus on what's important to you as an educator.