Our phones are currently provided through a local hosted VoIP company and it isn't working all that great. As a result, we have decided to move to a local PBX server and bring a few PSTN lines to our offices.
Through our current solution, we have a full deployment of phones (NEC DT730) that we own and would like to reuse in a new system if at all possible. Our current telephony provider has given us a quote for an NEC Univerge SV8100 based system but I'm not ready to take anything they say at face value and I can't find anything more than a vague sales brochure on NEC systems
I've looked into other systems to see if something else would suite our needs (two locations and a total of about 8 handsets at each location) but am just getting more confused as I'm also new to telephony.
Is NEC a good vendor? Would a 3CX or Cisco based solution work better? Time and ease of implementation is definitely a major factor in this decision.