The holidays are a time of giving, when people are more open to spending money on gifts and services for others, which is a positive thing for businesses. In fact, according to estimates by the National Retail Federation, 20 to 30% of annual retail revenue comes in during the holiday season.
Since the first time it became commercially available in 1995, Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) drastically changed the landscape of business communications technology. Today, this one system fills several roles once held by multiple devices, offering varied solutions to many modern challenges. VoIP comes in many different but convenient forms. In fact, it’s not unusual to find do-it-yourself VoIP kits for enterprising small business owners.
Versatility is the number one feature that almost all of today’s successful enterprises share. The ability to adapt to the ever-changing landscape of business communications has never been more important. Flexible communication lines have been an industry priority for Wilson telecommunication systems, allowing businesses big and small to reach both their customer base and stakeholders with ease and convenience. One way they’ve achieved this is with unified messaging.
Effective communication is a cornerstone of many of today’s businesses. Fortunately, one aspect of modern technology in particular has paved the way for quicker and more efficient connections in this fast-paced world: the internet. The world wide web opened up a slew of networking solutions in the world of communications— emails, instant messages, voice and video calling, mobile connections–the possibilities are endless! As far as voice calls are concerned, there are two primary options that businesses can choose from: virtual phone systems and Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP). While you may have already heard of these systems before, it’s not always clear how they’re different from one another.
Cross-office collaboration is one of the greatest challenges of running a business across multiple locations, time zones and local languages. In this blog, business telephone systems provider One Call shares tips on how to improve it.