Communication has always been a staple in our business lives and technology has evolved to enhance and change the way we speak to each other. First, telephone, then email, then instant messaging and chat, were all used as ways to communicate and conduct business — with clients, prospective customers, stake-holders only a touch away.
And yet, with all these technological advancements, the telephone has always remained a favourite way to conduct business. With the introduction of Microsoft Teams and Microsoft 365 Business Voice, these communication methods can all sit within a centralised application — making life a lot easier for your employees.
So, why are you still spending money on traditional telephony when it could be a part of your cloud infrastructure spend instead?
Where you should begin
With so many telephony options out there, it's difficult to know which solution best suits your business! The solution you choose could all depend on how many employees you have, how you want to manage your existing numbers and whether you're already in a contract with a telephony provider.
To help, why not follow our chart below to discover how a Microsoft telephony solution can fit into your business:
(Click here to open the interactive PDF in full)
Regardless of your result, be sure to sign up for our FREE Microsoft 365 Business Voice trial to try your telephony solution out for 30 days (T&Cs apply).
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