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Can A Business Phone System Grow With My Business?

As the old saying goes, "hindsight is 20/20".

While looking back on past mistakes can sometimes be fruitful, there are times when a mistake can cost you money, especially in a business atmosphere. Failure to predict future growth of a company is one of the worse mistakes any entrepreneur can make. Most companies can expect up to a 25 percent growth within 10 years. Failure to plan ahead can make or break a company financially.

When considering future growth scenarios, be sure to include your business phone system.

Once you have decided on the number of phones you require, you will need to determine the number of phone lines required to guarantee calls can be received and made simultaneously. A busy signal on a business phone is the worst thing that a company could have happen. If a customer canít get through, they likely will give up and take their business elsewhere.

Companies with a cloud-based business phone system enable their employees to work from a remote location but still be accessible via phone. With this option, a company can hire the right person for the job, regardless of their location. Likewise, company employees can work from the comfort of their own homes, which saves the business from renting a larger office simply to accommodate all of its employees.

Does your company rely on using data as part of your communication system? Maybe it doesnít now, but it may be a technology you wish to incorporate in the future. If so, you may want to consider a Voice Over Internet Protocol, or VoIP, system. Most companies do not rely solely on VoIP, as there are downfalls to relying solely on an internet-based phone system versus a traditional landline. However, using VoIP in conjunction with a traditional phone line can help your business to accommodate future growth.

Another benefit to having a VoIP system component is that it will allow you to communicate with workers remotely. This opens up a whole new method of growth for your company. Not only will your company be able to select the best employees despite their physical location, it also will be able to offer the option to employees to work from home.

Because emerging technology is leaning more toward mobility and the ability to work from anywhere, VoIP is the most important feature any company can include in their business phone system when anticipating future growth. VoIP is flexible and expandable on demand. Businesses that fail to incorporate VoIP into their phone systems now likely will regret it in the not-so-distant future.

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