Purchasing a business phone service is a partnership with a qualified licensed vendor and your business. You decide on a new system and cut the check. You breathe a sigh of relief. The process of installation starts off well, then BAM change order, then another, then another. You are now sitting at your desk and wondering what went wrong. How could this have been prevented?
If you're moving from your office or starting a new business, now is a prime time to buy an office phone system. Still sometimes though there is no good reason to buy an office phone system. Let’s face it, buying a new phone system will cost you time, money, and a small headache as you try and help your staff adjust and explain to your CPA what you just bought. So if you are trying to justify NOT buying, let me help you out.
You have made the decision – you are buying a new phone system. You chose Gaynor Telesystems, Inc. to be your phone system installation company. You ask yourself, “Now what?” You know you want an easy, simple, and most importantly smooth transition. Here are 5 steps to help make your installation hassle-free.
Training has become a critical component of staff development. It is not uncommon in the work place for changes to require additional training. Whether you have an older phone system with voicemail or are getting a new system, adding an auto attendant will increase the need for staff training. Your reasons for an automated attendant can vary from needing less staff to answer the calls, to wanting a consistent message when each person calls in, or even that you are growing and want the calls to be answered in a timely fashion.
There are many reasons why you might be considering new office phone systems. Your old system is slow and inefficient. Your business is growing and your receptionist is overloaded trying to keep up with calls. Your employees are out in the field more often and are missing important calls. Just to name a few big ones. There are also many, many, things to think about when you decide it’s time for new office phones systems at your business. But before you decide on the features you want and have to choose the features you actually need, pause for a few moments and consider these key components.
Everyday we see an event that was captured by CCTV security cameras. Some make us laugh, some break our hearts with sadness. The truth is, as business owners, security solutions are becoming a hot topic and one that cannot be avoided for much longer.
Security solutions assist police with criminal capture, help new parents feel comfortable with day care facilities, and help schools keep an eye on who is on campus. Here are 3 options you should consider while searching for CCTV security cameras for your business.
You’re already familiar with what an automated attendant is, you just might not know it. The greeting below might sound familiar:
“Thank you for calling The Tech Company, where business and technology come together." If you know your party's extension, you may dial it at any time. Otherwise choose from one of the following options. For sales, press '1'. For support, press '2'. For our regular business hours, press '3'. For accounting, press '4'. Otherwise press '0' for the receptionist or stay on the line and somebody will assist you shortly."
NEC Phone systems have been available for over 50 years and Gaynor has been a partner of NEC for over 40 years. This is a winning combination for small business owners who are looking for new small business telephone systems.
NEC believes that no small business owner should be left behind. Here are some features small business owners love.
Recently, I have been reading about how the incoming millennials are changing up the workplace. When it comes to business communication solutions, some articles suggest the desk phone is going away, others think voicemail is going away, and each opinion is different.
The truth of the matter is, the millennials are changing the workplace, but just how is still to be seen. Take the modernization of the computer. When it became common place, there were many who left or took early retirement because they could not change with the times. So here are some of my thoughts on the millennials and the workplace.