It may sound like a stereotype but millennials expect their technology to be fast, accessible and on-demand and this extends to how they do business. Millennials have limited patience for work systems that slow them down in their career – they don’t want to compromise on efficiency because their organisation provides them with inflexible telecommunications. They want access to a full suite of mobile solutions that empowers them to work from anywhere.
These expectations are not
Millennials are getting older. They’re moving up the career ladder and bringing along a new set of standards for workplace culture and environment – ones which position seamless telecommunications as a high priority. Millennials may be stereotypes, but the assumptions are true – they want things faster, more reliable and easy to use.
These standards are likely to influence whether millennials decide to stay at a company or move on. They don’t want to work for
Want your university to be scooping up the best talent on clearing day? Then one thing’s for sure, you need to make sure students can get through to you on the phone. It goes without saying that a cloud-based telephony solution is a good start, but have you ever thought about expanding the size and scope of your student clearing office with an advanced mobile solution? Now’s the time.
In August 2017, a record number of
In today’s rocky business landscape, it’s more essential than ever for SMEs to find efficiency savings. Brexit and the knock-on effect of big business problems are just two of the factors making their futures more difficult and unpredictable. And with revenue unreliable, it becomes essential to look at other areas where time and money can be saved.
Knock-on effects of the #CarillionCollapse
One of the most significant things affecting SMEs today is their reliance on other, bigger
Phone fraud affects all businesses. But small and medium-sized organisations are especially at risk. A phone system is essential to providing good customer service, so how do businesses reap the benefits whilst minimising any risk?
Every year, SME’s reportedly lose more than £9bn to fraudsters, as a smaller and more informal communication environment can mean gaps in security are more likely to occur. As a result, phone systems can be at the mercy of hackers unless
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