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7 Reasons Why You Should Switch to Business VoIP [Infographic]
June 16th, 2016

7 Reasons Why You Should Switch to Business VoIP [Infographic]

Susan Vorodi

When you introduce VoIP into your business, you'll quickly realize that it isn’t just a phone. You’ll find business VoIP is a tool that enables collaboration, increased productivity, and so much more....

When you introduce VoIP into your business, you’ll quickly realize that it isn’t just a phone. You’ll find business VoIP is a tool that enables collaboration, increased productivity, and so much more. View the following infographic to learn the 7 reasons you should make the switch to business VoIP.

Read the original article, Business VoIP? Yes, Please.

Why Should You Make the Switch?

  1. VoIP Follows You – Don’t miss any more important calls. VoIP can forward calls to wherever you will be.
  2. Get All Your Messages in One Place – No more switching back and forth between emails, voicemails, and instant messages. With VoIP, you’ll get all your messages in a single inbox.
  3. Voicemail That’s Seen and Not Heard – In a meeting and can’t check your voicemail? Read your voicemail without making a sound with voicemail to email.
  4. Know When to Call – Tired of playing phone tag? VoIP lets you know when others are available, and lets others know when you don’t want to be disturbed.
  5. Simplified and More Efficient Meetings – The collaborative features of VoIP let you attend meetings anywhere right from your desktop.
  6. Increase Productivity – Integrate your office applications into a single digital platform.
  7. Take Personal Time – Features like call block and call return make it easier for you to manage your calls, freeing up time.

Here’s the infographic with more information about the common problems that VoIP can solve.

 

View the infographic

[Infographic] 7 Reasons to Switch to VoIP

Read the original article, Business VoIP? Yes, Please.


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