The lines have blurred. Land lines are very nearly a way of the past, a forgotten time when memorizing a phone number was a requirement of life. In the office we now meander between the world of using the tried and true hard line phones and soft phones. Hard lines, still connected directly through whatever preferred vendor you most likely have a longstanding relationship with have been with us all through the thick and thin. They helped us connect with our clients of the past, which have allowed us to be where we are today. There is another way, though. With soft phones, using a system otherwise known as VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol), you are able to connect simply by using your internet. Now where do you and your business fit into all of this? Let us help you figure that out.
Mighty Mouse Scenario for Businesses in South Florida
This is great! You’ve started a business in Doral and you feel good about where you’re at. There’s room to grow, but your priority right now is focusing on your clients and keeping them happy. To do this though you need to stay connected, which means a reliable way of communication. Given the size of the company, the soft phone could be a solid option to save a bit of money instead of having to use a vendor with a high priced monthly plan. This would allow you to reach out office-wide, but also even world wide as the internet is nearly limitless in it’s reach.
Up, Up, and Away!
Your business is growing, it’s time to expand. The sky’s the limit and you’re unsure of where your current phone service fits into your grand scheme. It’s a hard question, but a necessary one to take into account as you grow. As the business grows, a blend of both hard line and soft phone could be a smart way to be able to offer the flexibility for your clients as you may have clients of varying size. The soft phone will allow you to keep in contact with your smaller or international clients while the hard line could allow you the most reliable and highest quality service that larger clients would come to expect.