A major concern of any businessman - particularly the start-up businessman - is striking the proper balance between internal and external efficiency. Any entrepreneur can tell aspiring business owners that new organizations can be very chaotic: a considerable number of unofficial contact details (specifically home phone and home fax numbers) are handed out to potential clients as a means of becoming more accessible without taking a big chunk out of the business capital. Ironically, this not only leads to internal and external organizational confusion, but also limits opportunities for the kind of excellent customer service that leads to client loyalty.
RingCentral offers integrated service solutions for new and small businesses by providing them with a practical and cost-effective means of communicating client concerns with each other. By integrating an advanced digital PBX phone system into their regular operations, RingCentral helps young businesses create a highly-organized, easily-accessible virtual office. With special upgraded features like call forwarding, fax service, and specialized voice mail, client communication can easily reach pertinent departments or individuals in the organization, no matter where they are - and the relevant persons can provide the clients with quick, reliable service from anywhere.
New businesses, no matter how small, could stand out with excellent customer service. All they need is an excellent phone system - and that is what RingCentral can give them.
Labels: Call Forwarding, Fax Service, Phone System, Small Business, Virtual Office
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