Softphone Software Review vol. 8 — OnSIP
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Bria, Zoiper, Acrobits, Avaya, Cisco, 3CX — there are many of those who would like to parade them, challenge, and arise vs an opponent in our ring... but not today. Now we welcome OnSIP which is going to be vs Softphone.Pro.
Both are more or less blue in terms of logo color; however — as we will see soon — not odd or strange but wise and powerful like blue sky and blue ocean. Will someone be superior to another one?
So let's get a comparison started! What comes out of the blue?
|Comparison criteria||Softphone.Pro 4.11||OnSIP|
|🛈 Ergonomics / 2 clicks interface||very good||good|
|🛈 Headset compatibility||very good||n/a|
|🛈 Designed for any size teams||very good||good|
|🛈 Provisioning + security||very good||n/a|
|🛈 Integration with CRM and web services||very good||good|
|🛈 MS Excel and Google Sheets integration||very good||n/a|
|🛈 Click-to-call aka click-to-dial support||very good||good|
|🛈 BLF indication||very good||n/a|
|🛈 20+ reports||yes||n/a|
|🛈 SIP accounts supported||32||16|
|🛈 Notifications||very good||very good|
|🛈 Installer size / footprint||19 / 33 Mb||648 / 116 Mb|
The final decision is always up to you, we just summarize. OnSIP is heavy and resource intensive; someone might find signup procedure unobvious and complicated. Softphone.Pro is leaner, cheaper, and more reporting; looks like a way to do more with less.
See you soon!
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