Business Communication Tools Such As VoIP & Video Conferencing That Integrate With Your IT Setup.
At Acronyms, we help businesses communicate in the most efficient manner possible.
With a larger number of businesses now working with employees, suppliers, and customers across multiple locations, and sometimes timezones, traditional telecoms have struggled to provide an effective service.
Unified comms has utilised the power of the internet and the development of new technology, to make it easier for businesses to communicate, by providing more features at a lower cost. Integrated with your IT systems, these solutions make your entire business more effective.
We can work with you to review the telecoms currently used within your business, before suggesting ways in which they may be improved.
VoIP telephones use the internet as opposed to traditional copper wiring. The handset looks and works like a traditional handset, but comes with greater functionality.
What’s more, with modern internet connections being far more effective than that of traditional wiring, costs are often lower than an existing phone system. This means that in miany instances, you’re getting more, for less.
Screen calls with the press of a button, diverting known callers to different handsets, mobiles or mailboxes.
Voicemail to Email
Voicemails are transcribed and sent to your email address automatically so you never miss a message.
Do Not Disturb
Set your phone to ‘Do Not Disturb’ so that calls cannot distract you from that important task or impending deadline.
Find Me/Follow Me
Provide several numbers for the telephone system to try calling you on, before routing to your voicemail.
Easy to configure call conferencing that can include internal and external phone numbers and handsets.
Manage and maintain your telephony system offsite, or from different offices, via the internet.
Work from anywhere.
Use smartphone apps on mobile devices to grant additional functionality seen more commonly in office devices.
Unified Comms Platforms.
Unified comms platforms are becoming more common in the work place, as a means of helping teams across a business work together on different projects.
A platform will be a piece of software that has various tools and functions built into it to help employees work together. This can include, but isn’t limited to, instant messaging, video and voice calls, file storage and colloborative tools such as project planners and shared diaries.
A user will log into the platform and use it as the primary means of communicating on shared work. It often reduces the need for face to face meetings and acts as a facilitator that allows everyone to know what is being done across the business, when it is being done and how.
Meetings the way they should be.
Sometimes meetings just cannot be avoided and are a necessary part of business for companies of all sizes. However, they can become a lot more difficult if your business has multiple locations, and you require certain people from each to be in the same place.
Technology can help and a well configured video conferencing solution can provide an alternative when logisitics make a face to face meeting difficult.
Typically set up in a meeting room environment, video conferencing not only allows you to hold meetings with a little more ease. It allows you to work on software at the same time, share documents and record proceedings for future reference.