Many businesses are making the switch to converged voice and data providers – and it’s little wonder why.
Having a single-source supplier for all communications needs makes sense on a number of fronts, not least because it means an instant cost reduction for businesses that make the switch. And significant cost savings will always be a selling point, especially for SMEs in today’s tough business landscape.
But it’s about more than just money. Being able to offer
You would think by now, that every business should be more than familiar with the benefits of cloud computing. Well you’re almost right.
According to The Advanced Cloud Survey 2017, 33% of businesses consider cloud computing for all their new projects, while 37% currently have cloud as a Proof of Concept or have recently gone live with the technology.
However, the report states that 30% of organisations are still yet to deploy a cloud computing solution. Meaning
We’re already well into 2018, so your customers will no doubt be wanting to make good on the New Year’s resolutions they’ve made for their business. For most SMEs, that will probably mean using digital technology to revolutionise the organisation: developing new ways of working, getting closer to customers and powering growth.
The rapid expansion of cloud computing, for example, offers huge benefits that your customers will not be able to ignore. In fact, according to
The channel market is a crowded one – meaning anything that can help a reseller stand out from its competitors will go a long way.
Adding SIP trunking to your portfolio is one route. Its wide-ranging benefits make it ideal for many customers wanting to save money, boost productivity and prepare the infrastructure for the future. And by combining SIP trunking with your other telecom offerings, you have the chance to upsell, cross-sell and offer a
Providing after-sales support via 08 numbers is no longer legal for many consumer businesses. This article will show you how you can ensure your customers are compliant.
Originally passed by the European Union in October 2011, the Consumer Rights Directive finally came into force in the UK in June 2014. The legislation is designed to offer additional protection for consumers.
One key change to the directive affects the permitted use of 084, 087 and 09 numbers.
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