8 Reasons to Change Your Business Phone Service – Part 8

There are only 8 reasons a business owner would make a change their business phone system and this article covers the 8th reason.


The 1st reason is: Hardware or Software Failure

The 2nd reason is: Office Move

The 3rd reason is: Contract, Circuit, or Maintenance Renewal

The 4th reason is: Growth, Expansion, Multi-Location

The 5th reason is: Capacity

The 6th reason is: Price

The 7th reason is: Features & Benefits

The 8th reason is: Competition


The 8th reason a company would make a change to their business communications has to do with competition.


Every business is a commodity, whether you’re selling insurance, tires, accounting, computers, or steel. As a result, competition is something we all face. But how can you stand out from the crowd and differentiate yourself? One word… service.


There’s a local restaurant that I like to take Carrie to. Once we arrive, our waiter, Tom, sees us and has our table ready with 2 waters with lemon, a bread basket (no sourdough), dipping sauce, and an appetizer of his choice. He greets us with excitement and continues the experience by making suggestions based on our previous dining experience. Price does not matter because the experience is so good. The food is also good, however, the experience would make up for an average meal.


With your business communications, the way you answer your phone, the time it takes for a customer or prospect to reach you, the ability to streamline your call flow, the ability to take calls from anywhere at any time, are key differentiators between you and your competition. The reality is that your competition is probably already running on a hosted voice over internet solution so what are you waiting for?


The best solution is to leverage a system that is hosted; one that will allow you to grow your business, expand your staff, and add more customers without the threat of an outage, expensive maintenance, and technical obsolescence. With a hosted system, phone calls are routed over the Internet and the service provider typically has a highly available, geographically redundant hardware and server infrastructure. This means that you don’t have to worry about hardware or software failure, maintenance updates or upgrades, and internet circuit or phone line outages. You can focus on hyper-growing your business.


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