Setting up office PBX systems is hard. GoHello is easy. It’s basically a virtual telephone system with a dedicated receptionist’s application for taking notes, sending SMSes, forwarding calls, and taking voicemail. You can try it free for 30 days and you get a dedicated number — gold numbers (aesthetically pleasing numbers like 5551212 or 5556666) are also available — and it basically offloads all of your office calls to a remote system and routes calls to mobile phones.
The idea is compelling — turnkey PBX deployment — and it has quite a few group features that managers will love. It even has a follow-me system that lets the system call individuals in a group until someone picks up. Better than yelling “Someone in the deli pick up the phone!”