The secret to a fast and reliable connection

Unreliable telephony costs business money

Missed incoming calls can lead to the loss of sales*. Badly connected satellite staff may be forced to work without the information they need to do their jobs effectively. And clunky, traditional on-site hardware creates unnecessary expense when it requires repair or upgrading.

What businesses need is fast, reliable telephony and data connectivity that enables them to get on with their core business. Instead of wasting time waiting for service providers to fix problems.

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How your telecoms provider can make you more agile

In today’s financially-conscious environment, most businesses have been forced to adjust their processes to become more efficient – maintaining profit margins without significantly increasing prices. To achieve this transformation, many have become more agile, allowing them to adapt to changes in the marketplace more quickly

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How connectivity is enabling better business for all

Connectivity is everywhere

Spotify, Netflix, Dropbox and Whatsapp. Cloud-based applications like these are part of daily life now. And the amount we use them makes constant data connection a necessity for living in the digital age.

It’s no different for small-to-medium sized enterprises. All businesses are digital businesses now. Whether you sell hand-carved tables or online services, you rely on digital technology to run your company and meet the needs of customers and, increasingly, businesses are consuming many of their critical applications from the cloud, which is also where they’re storing their data.

Using the likes of Office 365, Amazon Web Services, Dropbox, Sage (the list goes on), anything from crucial voice infrastructure to file storage to the time-sheets system can be hosted. Doing so allows businesses to create efficiencies, reduce costs, and pioneer new products or ways of working that give them an edge over competitors.

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