Every company today relies on fail-safe voice, data and video communication of the highest quality. Enterprise SIP is the foundation for your VoIP infrastructure at all of your Switzerland-based sites while Enterprise SIP Cloud is your solution for cloud-based PBX systems anywhere.
Enterprise SIP connects your on-premise or cloud-based PBX system to Swisscom’s IP telephony network, offering the highest voice quality, reliability and flexibility in both versions. We use the standard Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) to set up, manage and terminate communication sessions. The unified IP communication network for voice, data and video simplifies planning, deployment and operation and reduces costs. Enterprise SIP offers extensive basic telephone services and many helpful options such as flexible routing for emergency calls.
Despite the widespread use of the Internet, e-mail and online shopping, many Swiss companies continue to attach great importance to telephone-based customer contact. Which is why a fixed network number, high availability and first-class voice quality as well as fast call setup are essential. Enterprise SIP guarantees all this and more.
Thanks to Enterprise SIP, your customers benefit from crystal-clear voice communication. The integrated mechanisms protect your customer account from misuse and your phone numbers from reputation-damaging spoofing. What’s more, you can flexibly configure your SIP trunk yourself in the online portal.
Enterprise SIP connects your on-premise private branch exchange to the Public Switched Telephone Network. Numerous options allow configurations with maximum availability, stability and security. The solution comes with integrated call forwarding scenarios as well as emergency number routing.
If you already work with a Microsoft Teams-based cloud private branch exchange or would like to replace your existing on-premise system with it, Enterprise SIP Cloud is the option for you. This allows you to combine telephony with the full collaboration features of MS Teams.
In the hustle and bustle of everyday life or in critical situations, it is often the minor details that determine whether or not your company and your customers are satisfied with the telephony solution. With Enterprise SIP, Swisscom has got you covered.
Inbound calls can be forwarded to any defined telephone number. Your customers enjoy shorter waiting times while your business benefits from greater availability. Calls are forwarded within the core network and not only in the voice system at the customer site. So calls are not lost, even if the voice system fails.
Emergency calls are forwarded from your private branch exchange to the nearest emergency call centre according to the location information of the emergency call function (E112 standard).
Spoofing has also become common in telephony. Callers transmit a telephone number (caller ID or A number) for which they have no usage rights. For example, as the caller ID, callers use a Swiss number that is assigned to an end customer (police, hotline, company number, etc.) or that has not yet been assigned. Both are clear cases of misuse.
Spoofing poses a danger because the callers are assuming a false identity and the calls are answered because of the deception. The callers often have fraudulent intentions. It is also possible that customers whose phone number has been misused could receive annoying call backs despite not being responsible for the original call. A company or authority’s reputation could be damaged by this.
The Anti-Spoofing option for Enterprise SIP allows organisations to protect their phone numbers. To do this, they configure the option for each number block individually in the Enterprise SIP application in My Swisscom Business, directly within the Swisscom network. The option is configured for entire number blocks rather than individual numbers.
There are different availability options that can be selected, depending on customer requirements: