Business VoIP provider TelcoDepot (News - Alert) has just launched a free communications needs analysis service for businesses. Through this communications evaluation, the business VoIP company will provide businesses of every scale and industry with comprehensive advice on ways to optimize their telephony services and reduce costs, company officials said.
The service, delivered toll-free via phone, will guide businesses in assessing their current communications infrastructure and determine ways for deploying more sustainable, scalable and profitable communications facilities that will yield maximum benefits while minimizing redundancies and operating costs.
Companies that ignore the technology aspect of business, especially the telecom-oriented components, may put their financials at risk. This is because these components are vital to business success and consume a healthy portion of any annual operating budget.
Managers should, therefore, realize ways of limiting technology spending by adopting equipment, processes and management techniques that are adaptable, scalable and cost-efficient. Through the innovative evaluation program, the business VoIP provider will offer invaluable information on areas where communications infrastructure and spending can be optimized, as well as the best options for the present and the future.
"Part of our strategy over the years has included a heavy focus on transferring knowledge to our customers - the many educational videos on our site, as well as our online resource center, product guides, FAQs, reviews, and our blog are all testaments to this,” said the company in a press release. “We want our clients to be able to identify the optimal telephony solutions for their business, and to also be able to maximize the phone systems once they have been installed.”
Furthermore, TelcoDepot’s analysis program will give organizations the key steps that need to be taken towards implementing phone system solutions that are ideal for their business.
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Edited by Jamie Epstein