If you’ve recently started a business, or are about to, you have a unique opportunity. If you can get your telecoms right from day one you can gain a significant advantage over your competitors. You could also save yourself a lot of money in the long run.
Using managed telecoms, also known as managed telephony or managed voice services, comes with several benefits for your businesses. Managed telecoms services enable your business to delegate phone system maintenance to third parties. This allows your team to focus on more critical tasks.
In a normal workload, phone systems are often ignored — after all, running a business is enough to keep most teams occupied! Sales, on the other hand, are made over the phone. You risk downtime and dropped or missed calls if you don’t have a good voice network in place.
Let’s take a look at some of the ways managed telecoms could benefit your organisation.
Small businesses and start-ups need to keep their costs low but also need to remain competitive when they’re going up against larger players. VoIP ticks both those boxes when it comes to a business telecom solution.
Whether you’re choosing your business phone service for the first time, or looking to replace your existing in-house telecoms, we’re going to tell you why we recommend VoIP.
The ways that businesses use data have changed drastically in the past few years. Video calling, cloud services, and file sharing are all eating up more bandwidth than ever before and this thrown a light on the inadequacy of some of the internet connections which UK businesses have been relying on.
Many of these businesses have now upgraded to a FTTC or FTTP line, but for the fastest speeds available a leased line is the best option. But what precisely are leased lines, and how might installing one benefit your business?
The events of the past year have accelerated the pace of change and innovation in business telecoms. Several trends, technologies, and new ways of working have emerged which look set to redefine how we communicate and collaborate at work. We’re going to cover the 6 trends that we believe will be the most important for our clients.