A Good Phone System is a Must for Any BusinessA Good Phone System is a Must for Any Business


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A Good Phone System is a Must for Any Business

When I decided to open a shop to sell my hand-made clothing and accessories, I knew I would learn a lot of lessons along the way, since I don't have a business background. One mistake I made when opening my shop was having just a single phone line. I really didn't think I needed an intricate phone system, as I just have a small shop. One day a customer came in my shop and told me she had been trying to call my shop for days, but she never received an answer. She told me the others had been calling too, and the rumor was that I had closed my shop. I learned that my single line was leading to unhappy customers and even rumors that I went out of business! I then invested in a good multi-line phone system and haven't missed a call since. Enjoy my blog!

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What Features Are Expected From A Small Business Phone System?

Business phone systems have come a long way since the analog era. The new VoIP business phone systems are now fitted with features that allow your business to operate more efficiently and professionally. This article will look at some of those features necessary for small businesses: Voicemail This feature makes it possible for a caller to leave a message when there is no one available to pick their call. You can come back later and respond to the call at your convenience. Read More 

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If you currently have a Verizon, Sprint, or other cell phone account and you are looking at options to get a business package, instead of just your own personal plan, there are some things you want to look into. If you will have employees using a lot of data and making a lot of calls, it's important to come up with the most affordable solution. Here are some of the things that you want to consider going over with an account reseller when you start to get info and costs. Read More 

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If you are a business owner, you might have looked into using an answering service in the past. Some of the benefits of doing so are quite clear, such as the fact that an answering service can save you a lot of work yourself and can allow you to handle customer phone calls at any time of the night or day. However, there are also some unexpected benefits that you might not have thought about. Read More 

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