Latest Posts - 18 Mar 2019
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There are many ways for businesses to communicate with customers, and customers to contact a business, including: email, instant messaging, on-line chat and social media. However, phone-calls are still an essential part of doing business, and the preferred method of communication for many customers with queries, orders to place or issues to resolve.
Businesses spend the vast majority of their marketing budget trying to get people to call them. It’s the number one CTA (Call to Action) for on-line and off-line promotion. With such a high investment made in persuading people to pick up the phone, why would any business risk offering a bad experience when they do?
Better for business
Taking care of customers when they contact your business will have a direct influence on your ability to convert and retain their custom. Significant improvements can also be made to business processes, which increase productivity by reducing wasted time.
Cloud Telephony can benefit your business in the following ways:
Our friendly and helpful staff are ready to take your calls, Monday - Friday, 8.30am to 5:00pm.
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Migrating to Cloud Computing offers many benefits to a business; reduced costs and increased flexibility, scalability and security. Many businesses are choosing to migrate, but there may be concerns about possible impact on the business.
Perhaps the number one concern voiced by business owners is the vulnerability of data and company information, removed from on-premises servers and placed out of their hands, in the Cloud. As reassurance, all good Cloud providers will have a resilient
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"We were impressed with how Incom looked to help us save money, improve our flexibility to manage seasonal demands and increase our efficiencies. "
"The staff at Incom have all been professional and supportive during the transition and made the switchover as seamless as possible from a user perspective."