Sponsored Content: How Does Mobile UC Help Small Businesses Save Money?

This post was sponsored by Bicom Systems, a leading provider of VoIP phone systems and cloud services.

Mobility and unified communications combined will take your business capabilities to the next level. Although it will benefit an organization of any size, it is useful for small businesses to save money.

MOBILITY AND ALLOW REMOTE WORKERS

A UC mobile application will give your employees the flexibility and mobility they want and need. Users can work from anywhere without feeling like they are chained to their desk waiting for a call. Mobility means your organization can hire remote workers. Learn about the​ “Advantages of Hiring Remote Workers” here.

IMPROVE PRODUCTIVITY

When your employees are staying connected out of the office, they are ultimately being more productive. Improved productivity will generate more profits and further cut down on operational costs. UC mobile features like presence, dashboard and conferencing allow employees to communicate more effectively. A UC mobile app provides employees the ability to multi-task and will speed up the time it takes employees to complete tasks or resolve issues.

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BYOD

Most UC applications on the market are BYOD friendly. This will benefit small businesses because they will not have to purchase a new phone for each employee. This will minimize start-up costs, and employees get to use a familiar device.

SECURITY

Users no longer have to worry about giving out their personal telephone numbers. A mobile UC app will route all incoming calls through the employee’s office number.

To summarize, implementing a mobile UC app will help your organization save money in the long term. Learn how a mobile unified communications application saved the day for a small-town police station ​here​.

If you want to move your business forward and stay connected even when out of the office, ​contact our sales team today​!

This post was sponsored by Bicom Systems, a leading provider of VoIP phone systems and cloud services.