Telecom and the Benefit of Unified Communications Systems

May 13, 2021, 3:35 PM
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This article about unified communications systems is sponsored by Les Olson Company. Your Office Technology Partner and Local IT Managed Service Provider. 

Over three-fourths of the world’s top business leaders claim that future business models are due for drastic changes in the coming years. Part of that is how companies are handling communication.

Telecommunication, or telecom, has been a staple of transmitting key information across different platforms. Obviously, businesses need efficient ways to communicate with one another, especially as the world becomes more interconnected.

That’s where unified communications systems come in. But what is unified communication? How does UC benefit my company? Here are the benefits of unified communications systems:

What are Unified Communications Systems?

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First, unified communications, or UC, is an innovative system that incorporates different telecom services to facilitate better interactions with clients and co-workers.

The system is centered on the idea of breaking down barriers between any internal teams. It ensures that everyone has the same access to the communication system.

It incorporates features such as:

  • Voice and video calls
  • Messaging
  • Team collaborations
  • File shares
  • Video conferences

But what are the benefits of UC? Why are so many companies switching their telecom strategies to reflect unified communications?

Benefits of Unified Communications Systems

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Secondly, you might’ve found yourself at the mercy of a dozen different communication platforms just to get all your workers on the same page. Unlike other systems, UC does away with the fragmentation by offering specific services to unifying things together.

Of course, these services manifest in some key benefits, so let’s break them down here:

Lower Costs

You’d be surprised how much money you can save by investing in UC systems. Because of the more streamlined approach to communication, you’ll find that talking to one another is much more cost-effective.

As UC systems become more technologically advanced, the costs will likely continue to drop.

Increased Revenue

Consequently, saving money from a more unified approach translates to more revenue. Better communication allows your company to boost your products and services overall.

This is possible because of improved customer service, better sales processes, and just better communication among your workers. All of this translates to a healthier brand and more revenue down the line.

More Efficient

Without a doubt, as you reduce the number of separate communication channels with a unified system, your team will be able to facilitate much more productive meetings.

With employees no longer worrying about how they can best reach each other, they can focus on their work. This directly leads to better productivity, and a more efficient company overall.

Improved Customer Service

No matter who you are, your relationship with your customers is something that’s in high regard. This means developing a proficient telecom strategy with unified systems is crucial for customer service.

Luckily, talking with customers is now easier than ever with UC systems. The easier you can reach them, the better your services will be. In addition, this leads to a more reliable brand and repeat businesses.

Leverage Unified Communication Systems Today

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Finally, as the world becomes more complex and interconnected, finding ways to do more with less is crucial. Unified communications systems are key to this endeavor.

Use this guide to help you understand why you need a UC system in your line of work today!

Looking for reliable telecom or managed IT servicesContact Les Olson today and they can get you started with the right solution that will fit you and your business.

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