5 Reasons to Move Your Business’s Phone System to the Cloud
Are you still on the fence about upgrading your business’s phone system to the cloud?
A move to a new phone system is a big step, but embracing newer technologies is an important requirement for businesses that want to stay innovative. Of course, there are some factors you’ll want to consider before making a decision on which route to go.
To make things easier for you, we’ve researched and compiled some of the most compelling reasons that businesses cite for moving their phone system to the cloud.
Is your business using the right communication tools for the job?
In the competitive world of business, staying connected is more important than ever. If you have mobile team members and want to maintain or even increase your team’s productivity, a fixed phone system probably won’t cut it.
Unified Communications from Broadview Networks and nQuery Technology Solutions lets teams collaborate seamlessly—anytime, anywhere, and from any device. Whether you’re at your desk, working from home, or traveling to meet with a client, the award-winning OfficeSuite from Broadview Networks will make it seem like you are sitting right next to your colleagues.
nQuery clients ready to innovate and win the game of business will see exactly how powerful OfficeSuite is right away with boosted productivity and seamless communication all-around. Plus, Broadview Networks has also provided nQuery clients with a special offer—with promo code nQuery Technology Solutions, our clients choose between a free Mitel 5320 or Polycom VVX 300 handset.
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