Imagine you call a company, which company would you trust?
This company will broadcast a professional welcome message and ask you to select the department you want to talk to from the menu.
In the past, only those companies with deep pockets could afford sophisticated telephone systems with voice mail, interactive voice response, call routing and more advanced features.
Small businesses are at a disadvantage and cannot establish a sound image.
Small and medium enterprises will benefit the most from cloud phones. They have changed the rules of the game for small and medium enterprises and enabled them to compete with large enterprises.
Why should small businesses migrate to the cloud?
Essentially, cloud phones have a large number of features to meet the exact needs of small and medium-sized enterprises,
Can be set up without technical assistance
Can be easily expanded
The local telephone system is about to decline—in fact, the FCC voted in 2016 to phase out the old copper network and begin the transition to Internet-based telephone services.
The following factors make cloud phones particularly attractive to small businesses:
The buyer’s report of software recommendations mentioned: “The need for scalability is the primary reason for evaluating new VoIP systems.” Small businesses will develop in the future, which means they need flexibility.
After communicating with many of our customers, we learned about the benefits of cloud phones, especially in terms of scalability. Cloud phones have brought small businesses-many companies that used hard phones before, once opened in different locations and started to expand,
Its telephone system cannot be maintained.
Keep up with their rapid growth.
They realize that the local phone system will not cut costs, and they can add users to the cloud phone system with one click.
There is no need to make any infrastructure changes, and these changes will incur a lot of cost and time-consuming, these are two valuable resources that small businesses cannot afford.
2. Integration with business tools
Using different tools can adversely affect customer support and sales processes.
Imagine that when a sales agent talks with potential customers, they will have to make important records, maybe follow up, and they may have to track many of their potential customers.
Similarly, the support agent will have to follow up with the customer multiple times to ensure that the query has been resolved.
Hardware phones can cause trouble in this process-agents or representatives cannot link their calls to potential customers, they will not be able to track their inquiries, and things can quickly become messy.
This will affect their productivity, and more importantly, their morale.
With cloud phone, they can easily integrate their phone system with their CRM or help desk-every call can be easily attributed to the customer.
They don’t have to switch between multiple tools, all data is in one place.
Simplified workflow can create miracles for enterprises.
One of our customers was expanding rapidly and eventually missed many calls.
In their own words, since moving to the cloud phone system, “they have added much-needed orders in the chaotic workflow” and have been able to reduce missed calls by as much as 35%.
3. Analysis and report
In today’s world, you will realize that the person who owns the data is king.
Easily accessible data is important for analyzing and making business decisions – according to a Deloitte study, 72% of companies believe they can use analytics to improve the customer experience.
Most local phone systems lack analytical capabilities and therefore cannot understand or understand the performance of the team or measure customer satisfaction.
For a small business, this can make a difference. Aggressive companies and companies that set goals and closely monitor their performance tend to develop better than those that don’t.
For small businesses in the dark, they cannot afford to take risks.
Small business phone systems use functions such as call records to provide them with data, and they can go back and analyze what they did right and where they went wrong.
With valuable analytical tools, small businesses can now quantitatively evaluate their performance and provide a better customer experience.
Customers want prompt answers when inquiries-you won’t miss customer calls if you are not on your desk.
Small businesses can score high on customer service, while large businesses may find it difficult to provide personalized and timely customer service.
The business deployed in the on-premises system is tied to their desk (and past).
Small businesses can use cloud phones to quickly respond to customers, no matter where they are-all they need is a working Internet connection.
This provides great flexibility for small business owners to stay connected even when they are not in the office.
This also opens up possibilities for remote work and remote commuting.
A study by CoSo Cloud shows that 77% of employees report higher productivity when working remotely-remote work is on the rise and will continue.
Small businesses will also benefit the most-space can be a big factor for start-ups, and remote hiring means they can save on rent, which also gives them the flexibility to hire agents temporarily if additional bandwidth is needed.
Remote work is also good for the environment-even big brands like Dell have tried remote work and found that their American workforce avoids 2.7 billion round trips through remote commuting each year-which is equivalent to reducing the commuting footprint by 30 million tons per year
Carbon dioxide emissions.
5. Save cost
Small businesses need economy, and there is nothing better than cloud phone systems in terms of cost savings.
According to data from tech.co, VoIP can reduce the initial cost of starting a business by approximately 90%.
Consider (if not for cloud phones), small businesses have to buy hard phones, get phone lines, set up servers, hire technical help, not to mention rent a lot of space to accommodate your phone system, which adds to the duplication
Sexual maintenance fees and contracts allow you to lock this setting for at least 3-5 years.
For local calls, small businesses using VoIP are expected to save 40% compared to the current system. This is because most cloud phone systems provide lower call rates, and businesses can purchase local calls in other countries and make local calls
The phone uses the cloud phone system for charging.