As a small business owner, you’re always looking for ways to cut costs and decrease overhead. But you don’t want to cut out things that are really important to your employees or vital to the way you do business. The point of cost-cutting is to improve profit margins – and decreasing productivity hinders that goal. So if a tool, process, or service is vital to your employees’ workflow and productivity, you need to keep it. But does that include your “landline” telephone? With nearly everyone now having cell phones, and much business communication happening on internet video conferencing, it feels like a traditional phone system might be more than a little outdated. Is a landline telephone even relevant for business anymore?
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Whether your business is just starting out or you are opening a new office for a large multinational corporation, setting up a phone system for your new or existing office can be a pain in the neck. You have innumerable options available, but one of the first things you can decide in your telecommunication solution search is whether you will opt for a hosted phone system or an on-site system. This post will help you evaluate your situation and determine whether or not a hosted phone system is right for your business. Read on to learn more.Read the rest of this entry »
If you are beginning a small business, chances are you have a lot on your plate. There are many steps, forms, applications, and fees to consider when trying to get your business off the ground. Once you have established a location to conduct your business from, you will then need to hire employees to help run your business. Now that you have a staff established, you must then consider how everyone will communicate with one another. Clients and employees alike need the ability to communicate with one another in order for your business to run smoothly. In order to help your business run professionally and smoothly, you should consider installing a business telephone system. While it may seem easier at first to allow each employee to have their own system, or even use their personal device to communicate, there are several benefits that come with a business telephone system. Some of these benefits include:
- Features- Caller ID, call forwarding, and voice mail are features that come with a business telephone system that will allow your employees to work more productively without interruption. Caller ID will allow employees to screen unimportant calls when necessary. Call forwarding will allow you to access calls without being in the office. Voice mail will ensure that important phone calls are not missed and clients are never overlooked.
- Costs- A business telephone system for your entire office will help you save money overall. It will allow you to monitor call patters, read billing statements easily, and reduce fees.
- Resources- Allowing your staff to use the same resources through your phone system will allow calls to be transferred with easy. It will also allow employees to communicate without having to leave the task at hand.
- Expansion- A business telephone system will allow your communication system to expand along with your business.
At Delta Intellicom, we provide businesses throughout the Maryland, Washington DC, Pennsylvania, and Northern Virginia areas with a business telephone system that works for them. By providing products from top name brands like Avaya, Valcom, and Nortel, we are able to help small businesses run smoothly and develop a professional environment to work in. Don’t risk your business success on a second rate phone system, invest in a business telephone system with Delta Intellicom today!
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