Welcoming 2014 With a Virtual Phone System

2014
2013 has whizzed on by and it’s time to start prepping for the New Year. Do yourself and your small business a favor by starting the year off right with a virtual phone system.

You might be wondering how switching to a virtual phone system could have such a positive impact on your business. This single change helps you reduce overhead and adopt more sustainable, affordable operating practices, giving you the potential to make 2014 the most profitable year yet.

Reduce Your Operating Costs

Making long-distance and international calls on a daily basis can certainly get expensive. Fortunately, there are many virtual phone system providers out there that offer affordable plans, including unlimited nationwide long-distance and even unlimited international calling. Plus, with a hosted system, the cost and responsibility of maintaining and repairing the equipment is shifted from you to the provider to help save you even more money. Forget about the set-up costs, maintenance visits and all the related hassle.

Lower Your Equipment Costs

Since the phone system is virtual and hosted off-site, it’s unnecessary to have a dedicated room in the office to house equipment. That frees up more office space for you and your employees.

Keep Your Telecommuters Happy

Telecommuting is a new reality in today’s modern workplace and offers countless benefits to both you and your employees. Telecommuters typically spend more time on the phone, and make more calls per day than office workers. Telecommuters are also happier, take less sick days and stay in their jobs longer. A virtual phone system is the perfect way to manage a remote workforce, while simultaneously increasing productivity and reducing overhead. It’s also a great sustainable and affordable business practice to attract and retain talent in a competitive marketplace,

So what are you waiting for? By investing in a virtual phone system, you can help save your business money in 2014 and beyond.

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