Companies may want to use end-of-year revenues for computer and VoIP upgrades

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Companies may want to use end-of-year revenues for computer and VoIP upgrades

At the end of the year, many small business owners use their time to reflect on how far they’ve come in the last 12 months and on where their company is headed in the future. Part of this retrospective is reviewing how well the company performed financially and whether surplus revenue can be used to make smart investments that could increase the business’ overall performance.

In a recent article for Entrepreneur Magazine, Jonathan Blum talked about the rise of mini-computers and the benefits these new product offerings can provide businesses. Blum says that these affordable models may surprise business owners, as they are comparable in their power and feature offerings to regular-sized computers.

Reducing office clutter with these smaller machines could make life easier for not only employees who interact with customers and clients, but also the organization’s IT staff, which won’t need to conduct as much heavy lifting. However, these models fall short of a big money-saving strategy many businesses are pursuing, which is reducing the size of the company’s physical locations.

As such, computer investments may not be right for every business. For example, for some companies upgrading their offices with top-quality New York or Chicago phone systems may be of vital importance. By upgrading to VoIP technology, businesses could increase the flexibility of their workers, allowing more to work from home as a means to conserve space.

With videoconferencing solutions currently available and multimedia call centers on the horizon for many companies, this could prove to be a wise investment that helps prepare the business to truly compete in not only 2012, but beyond.

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With videoconferencing solutions currently available and multimedia call centers on the horizon for many companies, this could prove to be a wise investment that helps prepare the business to truly compete in not only 2012, but beyond.

By | 2011-12-15T14:13:11+00:00 December 15th, 2011|Voice Solutions|0 Comments

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