If there’s one thing SMEs can’t afford to do, it’s waste hours in the day. As the old saying goes, time is money – and with limited people resource to rely on, employees at smaller organisations can’t be tied up on tasks that aren’t adding business value.
With that in mind, it’s not hard to see why meetings can be an issue
Following his recent appointment to a new position at Gamma, we took the opportunity to ask Neil Taylor, Head of Direct Partner Sales & SME, about his plans for the new role. Having been with Gamma for more than a decade, working closely with direct partners to deliver telecoms solutions to businesses of all shapes and sizes, Neil will now be working directly
If you’re a small business owner, you may well already be debating how 2019’s SME trends (like an increasing focus on wellness benefits , or a rise in voice-first technology ) might affect your business. Chances are, you’re also mulling over your technology plans for the year ahead – especially if you’ve got ambitions for growth this year.
An integrated Unified Communications
Remote working is on the rise – undoubtedly. In large part, this is thanks to the emerging technologies that facilitate connectivity from anywhere, but it’s also a product of the way in which workplace cultures are evolving in tandem with this technology shift. With 16.1 million people employed in SMEs in the UK (which accounts for 60% of all private sector
Recruitment is one of the fastest growing industries in the UK. In tandem with which, of course, goes an increase in competition. Meaning firms need to act quickly and smartly to keep themselves at the front of the pack, especially during times when recruitment spikes – like in January.
So, why is a January peak in demand even an issue for recruiters?
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