1. PREPARE FOR THE FUTURE
There is no doubt that VoIP will become a business essential in the future. Due to it being hosted remotely it is future-proof and this means that there is less reliance on in-house hardware that could become obsolete.
2. LOOK TO THE PAST
Although VoIP is a future-proofing solution, it doesn’t require you to ditch all of your legacy systems. Most VoIP solutions and flexible and compatible to fit with an existing system to ensure a smooth migration and no costly hardware procurement.
3. EMBRACE FLEXIBLE AND REMOTE WORKING
Remote working is on the rise, but staff need to remain contactable. Using , workers are allocated a virtual number, so calls can be forwarded and they’ll appear as though they’re sitting in the office from anywhere possessing an internet connection.
Businesses are continuously scaling, growing and evolving. VoIP works on a per-seat model, enabling you to quickly add or remove users as and when you need them – perfect for seasonal demand.
5. GEOGRAPHIC REACH AND MARKETING
Unlike a traditional telephone system, VoIP is hosted remotely so it is not tied intrinsically to a particular location and area code. This means you can utilise non-geographic numbers to help promote an air of professionalism and attract a national audience.