Would You Trade Your Old Phone System For A Check?
Does your old business telephone system make you crazy? Are you maintaining it with duct tape and crossed fingers?
In order for businesses to prosper they must have an efficient way to communicate. And whether it’s communicating with customers or personnel, if you’re unable to keep up with the demands of today’s business climate you’re setting yourself up for a rude awakening.
New technology is quickly making older phone systems obsolete. They’re severely limited in their capacity for upgrades and not particularly customizable.
In other words, you can’t make a Apple 2 into an iPad no matter how hard you try.
Mobile phones have added additional demands on phone systems, if they can’t integrate you’re losing the flexibility of a multiple stream system. And as more and more workers aren’t even in the conventional office communicating with them becomes difficult and increasingly inefficient.
What businesses need is a telephone system that is highly upgradable and customizable without a major overhaul. Small businesses may not have IT support to take on improvements and so any upgrades need to be simple and quick.
Phones and computers are the nerve centers of any commerce. You’ve probably equipped your employees with new computers every couple of years but how long has it been since you took a hard look at your phones?
If you’ve lost one call too many, if your mobile workforce is being left out in the cold, or if your hold music still plays disco call DataComm Plus at (262) 207-1100. Until the end of 2012 we’re offering a check for your old phone system. No matter the age, brand, or size, we’ll give you actual real money for that paperweight that used to make calls.
So unplug those dinosaurs, send them back to the age of grunge and let us set you up with the communications system of the future.
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