Re-thinking the relationship with your current Unified Communications Provider?

We rarely turn on our computer, tablet or mobile phone and think about what makes our devices tick, how our calls are received by the recipient or what makes a message send from one device and appear on another. That is, until the day you walk into the workplace and your co-workers are unable to call, message or conference customers, suppliers and colleagues. Worse still those very customers and suppliers can’t call or contact your business. Just imagining the cost in lost business and productivity can cause an eye to water and that’s before considering the possible reputational and brand damage to your growth organisation.

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