According to a recent report, by 2020 around half of all businesses will adopt a telecommuter/remote working policy due to the increased levels of productivity this working model can deliver*. If that is the modern trend, is your business equipped to meet this potential change in working lifestyles, or is it a model you may want to start considering for the future? If the answer to that is ‘yes’, a hosted business phone system will need to be at the heart of this change. VOIP – or Voice Over Internet Protocol – is a cloud-based phone system enabling people to use the Internet as an alternative to traditional telephone lines. It offers the same range of functions as a traditional phone system but with increased flexibility and significantly reduced costs. All that is required is an Internet connection.
In this modern 21st century digital age, communication has never been more instant or more important. People expect to be able to connect virtually 24-7. So the ability to have a fully flexible communications system will clearly strengthen your business. It is crucial that you can contact your staff and your customers from anywhere, at any time. Given the significance of this trend, it makes sense that your VOIP system is tailored to your company’s very individual needs and that is where specialist providers like Remark can help. By embracing a hosted solution, your business also benefits from a range of traditional ‘on premise’ telephony features, as well as a complementary range of system enhancements, that can help your staff be more productive and drive customer engagement.
By installing a hosted VOIP phone system, Remark can help you realise some key benefits for your business including savings on call charges and line rental. Whether you are a small business with a handful of users, or a large, multi-site corporate organisation, the same principles apply and Remark’s experience in this field will ensure you are equipped in the most efficient way for your specific business needs. Contact the team today on 0800 597 5558 or visit our contact page. *https://www.fastcompany.com/3034286/will-half-of-people-be-working-remotely-by-2020