How would your business cope if something happened to your phone system?
It’s the key to communicating with clients and suppliers, so disruption could be very costly. Imagine missing that call which could have led to a big contract or being unable to meet a tight deadline and facing financial penalties because your phones are down and you’re waiting for one key piece of information?
That’s why it’s time to ensure your phone system is fit for the 21st Century.
Traditional, hard-wired phone systems are soon to become a thing of the past as more and more businesses migrate their phones to the cloud.
Why is NFON the best cloud-based phone system?
NFON is a flexible system created in Germany.
It is available 24/7 from any location with an internet connection, meaning you can use it in your office, your home, or on the move and access it from a desktop phone, mobile, or computer.
NFON also has a UK-wide presence and direct high-speed connections to the BT network. It is hosted in Tier 4 data centres in Europe and has ISO/IEC 27001 data centre certification for security.
Why should I use it in my business?
It makes your business more efficient and flexible, cuts your costs, and makes communication between staff easier.
That has to make your business more effective.
If your staff aren’t bogged down in dealing with phone issues, and you have more money to put back into the business, that’s going to bear fruit in other areas.
In addition, there is no expensive hardware to buy with an NFON phone system, and it is offered on a 30-day rolling contract.
The bills you receive reflect what you’ve used, and your business accesses free calls between internal company locations, wherever they are in the world. Branch offices can be dialed as extensions, and there is a good integration with mobile phones; conference calling is easy too.
NFON integrates with Skype for Business, giving you full call management with queueing, voicemail and call recording. Sharing with colleagues can also be added.
What about the phone line failing?
Traditional telephone systems stop working if the phone lines fail whereas NFON is not restricted to a single line. Should the internet connection fail and the phones cannot connect, users (with the correct licence) will be able to continue making an receiving calls via mobile phones. Should the business have branch or mobile offices, these will also be unaffected by an outage in HQ.
The main benefits of NFON are:
• There are lower costs as you need less hardware
• You have better control of your communications
• You receive automatic updates
• It builds in business continuity because you’re not tied to one location
• It’s a flexible system which grows with you via “pay as you grow.”
• It’s maintenance free
• It’s future proof
It’s a no-brainer!
If you’re interested, give us a call on 0330 124 1009 or email [email protected] to arrange a callback.Back to all articles