Business of all shapes and sizes utilize communication in one aspect or another, whether it be for telemarketing, customer services, etc. Because of this, business communication technology is a key to the overall success of your business. But with so many communication technology options – such as traditional land line service, voice over IP (VoIP), and cell phone integration – how can you determine which makes the most sense for you, your business, and your budget?
Evaluating your Business Communication Needs
Step 1: What are your company’s communication needs? How many phone lines will you need? How many employees do you have? Answering these questions will help you when you start collecting quotes from business communication companies.
Step 2: What companies serve business customers in your area? You can find this information in your local telephone directory and in local business journals, newspapers and periodicals as well.
Step 3: What makes the most sense for your business, a traditional land line or VoIP? Compare the benefits and disadvantages of each communication technology.
Step 4: What is the total cost of each plan? Choosing a business telephone service with a set monthly fee makes budgeting and business planning easier.
Step 5: What features – like caller ID, voice mail, and call forwarding – come with each telephone service? What service gives you the most bang for your buck?
Step 6: Next, compare the warranties of each plan. A lengthy, comprehensive warranty can be very valuable and end up saving your company money in the long run.
Step 7: Call Advanced Communication Systems (ACS)! ACS is a national vendor of communication products with experience in every major industry sector and business size, from small businesses to Fortune 500 companies.
If you have any questions about Business Communication Technology, please contact Advanced Communication Systems by calling 1-800-750-3624 or visit BuyTelephoneSystem.com today
About Advanced Communication Systems:
Advanced Communication Systems is a National vendor of Avaya and Cisco telecommunications products with local offices in Northern Virginia, Maryland and Washington DC. ACS offers business telephone solutions and maintenance services that help you leverage the value of your business’s telephone system investment. From traditional PRI to Voice over IP (VoIP), ACS gives you more options for voice and communication technology solutions than any other provider.