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Value of a Maintenance Contract for Your Business Phone System

Dave Haggblad - Monday, June 23, 2014 |

Maintenance contract for your business phone system saves you money Your business phone system is a critical element for operating your business as it keeps you connected with your customers, suppliers and other important people in the workspace. It is an important investment. In fact, a part of your business success depends on its functions. Read More...


Mistakes to Avoid While Selecting a VoIP Provider

Dave Haggblad - Monday, June 09, 2014 |

Image of a man about to step on some tacks, portraying making a mistake The benefit that VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) business phone services offer have led to many businesses, especially small businesses, opting for it over traditional business telephone services, and the number is steadily increasing. Whether you are using VoIP online or have opted for a hosted VoIP provider it is cost effective (it is estimated you can save up to 80 percent) and makes remote connection and communication easy. Read More...


Upgrading Inadequate Business Phone Systems

Dave Haggblad - Monday, June 02, 2014 |

Image representing an old business telephone system Surveys carried out by Dimension Research, on behalf of RingCentral, revealed that 70 percent of traditional phone systems at offices aren’t adequate. It also pointed out that for 45 percent of those offices, integrating mobile devices and remotely located workers is a key issue. Read More...


VoIP Makes Working from Home Possible

Dave Haggblad - Monday, May 26, 2014 |

Image of a man working from his home office Work-from-home is fast emerging as a viable option for both employees and small businesses. Flexibility and cost-effectiveness have both become extremely important. Working from home makes sense for both employees and employers. For employees, it makes it possible for them to strike a better work/life balance. The time and frustration involved with commuting to and from work is eliminated as well. For employers, work-from-home employees are more cost-effective. They do not need to invest in a huge office space and other infrastructure requirement. Read More...


Stop helping people that don't want to be helped

Arlen Peterson - Monday, May 05, 2014 |

Image of a young woman refusing help I see it all the time.  I see a business paying for things they don't have or paying more than they should be.  Then I show them how with a few simple changes they can save hundreds, even thousands of dollars.  They decide not to move forward....even though it literally costs them nothing!

What would YOU do? Do you have money to burn? Read More...