Earlier this week, in our blog “Upgrading Your Office Phone System; is it Time,” we outlined the importance of communication in the workplace and what to look for in a new phone system. Still, some business owners are hesitant to put out the extra money necessary to upgrade their outdated system. But what if we told you that a new office phone system was More Affordable than You Think? In fact, solutions exist today that can leverage as much as 60% of your current infrastructure (cabling and phones), meaning less down time and reduced costs. That’s what we like to call a win-win!
So why haven’t you upgraded yet? Just give Advanced Communication Systems (ACS) a call. We will help you understand the available communications technologies and help you choose the solution that best meets your needs and, most importantly, your budget.
More Ways to Increase Communication Other Than Upgrading Your Office Phone System
- Mobility: 70% of SMB respondents are already using wireless cellular Internet for mobile workers, according to itbusiness.ca.
- Bring Your Own Device (BYOD): BYOD is the trend sweeping the business world. 42% of employees with smartphones use those phones for work, while 8% of Internet web based transactions are conducted from such mobile devices. Employers have begun embracing this trend. BYOD Benefits include: increased production, improved customer service, increased employee morale, more easily access information, and BYOD can save you money!
- Avaya IP Office: IP office unifies communication! Being able to offer up more connectivity to your employees on the devices that they purchase and use drives more connectedness and productivity for your enterprise. Plus, Avaya IP Office has a total cost of ownership nearly 25% less than the nearest competitor.
If you have any questions about our blog, “Upgrading Your Office Phone System; it is More Affordable than You Think,” please contact ACS by calling 1-800-750-3624 or visit BuyTelephoneSystem.com today! You can also follow Advanced Communication Systems on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Google+.