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Panasonic TDA100 migration to IP PBX

Panasonic TDA100 migration to IP PBX

Panasonic TDA100 migration to IP PBX

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Dear all;
I have been supporting a Panasonic TDA100 and recently the client wanted to integrate IVR, Call Billing and add inter-branch calling.
From an old thread I looked at it and realized the cost was going to be high and I decided to weigh options.
I have seen GrandStream UCM 6510, Cisco UCM, and Asterisk custom build.
What would you guys suggest I go with or if there is another option.
The client's setup has 32 analog desk-phones and is not willing to invest in IP phones for now. Also I want the features below out of the box without additional license fees and hardware:
Call Billing, Call Recording, IVR, DISA, Voicemail, Softphones, Remote worker.

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