What is the difference between VoIP, CTI and IP telephony?

What is the difference between VoIP, CTI (Computer Telephony Integration) and IP telephony?

What is the difference between VoIP, CTI (Computer Telephony Integration) and IP telephony?

VoIP is going to be voice-only. You add telephony -- either of the last two -- and you add things like text, fax and other services that are not available to voice-only. It also will provide you with a far better ROI -- in particular you have many automation possibilities with a fully integrated system. The options are especially attractive if you add universal messaging.

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