You've worked hard to build your company, and you definitely have plans in place for growth. But when it comes to business phone systems, you know there's no one size fits all solution. What works well for large-scale companies may not be effective or efficient for small and medium-sized businesses.
Given this fact, you may be wondering how you can make the right decision now for a business phone system that can scale with your company as it grows.
Determine the State of Your Business
A good starting point for deciding which system is best for your organization is to consider how you and your staff use company communication devices.
Ask yourself the following questions:
You will also want to have at least a basic idea of the expected growth of your business over the next few years.
Consider Advanced Communication Systems
Business owners who expect rapid growth and company expansion should consider advanced options such as Voice Over IP – also known as VoIP.
VoIP systems are based on a "pay as you grow" model that enables your business to add new lines and features, and expand on the system's capability as your needs require. Another benefit of VoIP is that it can easily connect workers in the field - avoiding contact delays and prolonging company deadlines.
NEC SV 9100
This system is designed for scalability. Featuring a unified user experience and potential networking of up to 50 sites, this model has been a favorite with many of the companies we’ve worked with.
Plan for the Future, Work in the Present
The key to unlocking future business growth is to build a solid foundation.
Provide your customers with the fastest, most accurate and dependable service possible. Equip your business with dynamic technology that fits your budget and current business needs. Envision growth and plan for the future by keeping up-to-date with industry trends.
Let Atlantic Communications Team take your organization to new heights through personalized solutions that meet your business needs, including business phone systems, new office planning, technology networking, and more.