As businesses seek to adopt new technologies as part of wider digital transformation journeys, whilst facilitating increased mobility in the workplace, the case for converged communications in 2019 and beyond is hard to ignore. Gamma’s converged solutions – Horizon and Connect – provide a powerful, integrated combination of fixed VoIP and mobile telephony, helping employees be productive and deliver stand-out customer service – wherever, whenever.
With this being the case, we recently chatted to Domenico Idone,
Searching for some 2019 business inspiration? There are few better places to start than The Sunday Times Fast Track 100 league table, which ranks private companies with the fastest-growing sales over their last three years. And one sector in particular stood out in this year’s list. Despite a difficult economic climate and low high street footfall, a number of retailers have made the cut, from online-only sportswear sellers to make-up brands. For all their differences,
ISDN, VoIP, PBX… In the world of communications, there’s more than a few acronyms knocking about, and SIP trunking is another one to add to the list. But since there’s no escaping how important these terms are, we’ve put together a beginner’s guide to SIP to steer you through.
What is SIP trunking?
Let’s get the major acronyms out the way first. Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) is an application layer protocol used to establish and terminate data
You only have to open a newspaper to see that many retailers in the UK are struggling. Rising operational costs, price pressure from online-only competitors, or even consumption fatigue – there’s all sorts of reasons why shops are feeling the squeeze. And with many retailers now operating physically and digitally, there’s two different fronts to deliver on.
Fortunately, there are lots of strategies retailers can employ to keep thriving in this challenging environment. Like putting customer
In business, concentrating on your main speciality will help you to grow and evolve as well as build a reputation within your industry. Whether this is selling commercial properties or providing compulsory business services such as insurance or software development, your ‘bread and butter’ will be the area in which you thrive. Working closely with other businesses you’ll hear the challenges your customers face daily – maybe they’ve dropped into conversation that they’d had a
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