Unified Communications, Voice – Video Conferencing
Communicate at the Speed of Business…
In today’s economy businesses need to work smarter and leaner. Taking advantage of technologies like unified communications, voice and video conferencing can enhance efficiencies and boost your bottom line.
A typical company runs 5 different communications software systems. How many does your company run? What’s the cost?
Now more than ever unified communications technology is a smart investment for all size organizations.
Today, over one-third of businesses are converting their voice, video and data over IP networks to reduce costs and complexity. By unifying all communications, it allows users to receive and respond to any communication – voice, fax, email, mobile phone, etc. from any location to one in-box. It’s about finding ways to connect voice and data to important tools like Salesforce.com and Microsoft CRM and others. It’s also about taking the next step and implementing voice-over-IP capability to your wireless network – improving responsiveness and realizing new cost savings with Cisco’s new 802.11n wireless technology.
For example, an automotive firm moved to unifying their voice and data access to all areas of their building. With the new system, customers can reach the right employee quickly, and all employees can respond to messages from customers and suppliers.
- Reduced the number of network devices from four to one
- Increased productivity due to greater efficiency
- Service manager saved 30 minutes per day and increased daily sales potential
Voice and Video Conferencing
Connect remote offices, customers, prospects, branches and workers
A new generation of inexpensive and easy-to-use multimedia tools can reduce travel costs and enable your company to reach more customers. And that’s just for starters.
Today, businesses are leaner than ever and the challenge of operating with a limited staff is difficult – so how can you grow your business, reach new markets and compete with other companies without increasing the overhead cost of operations?
The answer – web and video conferencing. While technology is not a cure-all for every business pain, new advancements in the Internet, IP networks, PC hardware and software have elevated web and video conferencing technology to an integral part of the business The benefits to the bottom line are immense:
- Reduce travel expenses
- Save time
- Get closer to your customers
- Increase sales
- Maximize productivity
- Remove geographic boundaries
Face the hurdles and challenges of a limited staff and budget and compete successfully by increasing your reach to new markets across geographic boundaries without breaking the bank. Contact RMM Solutions today to learn more about web and video conferencing.