Is your business VoIP ready?

Posted by Frits
VoIP provider

There are many great reasons to move to VoIP, but the challenges for enterprise customers remain the same: what to do about the legacy PBX investment? Is there a relatively pain-free way to migrate from TDM (time-division multiplexing) to an all IP solution? It might seem easy to go out, buy the latest IP phones and install an IP card in a TDM circuit card’s place, but there are several factors to consider before migrating to VoIP.


From Dark Ages to Automation - the Evolution of Communication

Posted by Karl Reed
Business Process Automation

Do you remember the days when people delivered documents to your desk? Paper pushers and mail rooms, people receiving emails and re-routing these to various people to handle? I call them the human routers … then, tracking activities and escalations of work and staff via Excel spreadsheets? This is still how it works in most organisations, so have we really evolved?


Is maintenance the silent killer of Unified Communication?

Posted by Frits
unified communication

In choosing a Unified Communications platform many decision makers still believe that initial layout cost is the main consideration they should base their purchasing decision on. Unfortunately, this is often not the case when looking at the true Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) calculated over a five-to-ten-year period, taking into account factors not all UC providers are willing to disclose upfront.


Tech, commitment and focus. Turn cold leads into hot sales

Posted by Kevin Hall

Economic instability and high rate of churn among employees within some companies are partly why leads are not being converted to iron clad sales.

Kevin Hall, National Sales and Marketing Manager at leading ICT services and solutions firm Elingo explains that slow economic growth means companies take the time to make decisions, and a high staff turnover within the sales force results in inconsistency.