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ISDN to VoIP Switch Plan for small business

Learn how future of digital ecosystems will dictate the future of business by breaking down silos, creating new efficiencies, and generating better customer value.

Three factors have resulted in 50% of digital transformation projects failing in 2018

  • A lack of in-house expertise
  • Constrictive IT budgets
  • Inadequate legacy systems

SME leaders will want to:

  1. Find out when your contract is due to end or be renewed – This will give you an idea of when you can make the switch and will give you your own deadline for research.
  2.  Don’t be tempted to automatically renew your existing contracts for the sake of an easy life – 2025 may seem like a long way off, but you don’t want to risk being left behind.
  3. Switch to cloud telephony services as soon as you are released from your current contracts – This will save you a great deal of money and time in the long run.
  4. Begin growing new users and clients onto cloud system – Even if you haven’t fully migrated onto the cloud as a business yet, it is better to set up new users on this system rather than waste time and money adding them to the legacy system, only for this to be scrapped in the near future.

Next steps:

Step 1: Establish your starting point. Read any existing contracts. Know where you stand with regards to expiry, switching and costly auto-renewals.

Step 2: Define your connectivity brief. Establish what you need today and how you plan to grow will impact your communications needs.

Step 3: Ask the right questions. Head to one of our free webinars so you know how other companies are doing things and understand the landscape of connectivity and business communications from basic descriptions of VOIP, 5G, Voice and Cloud to applying them to your growth strategy. Ultimately the webinars are there to help you find ways to benchmark and evaluate different solutions.

Step 4: Seek value beyond cost. Find out how much your legacy technology is draining resources as well as revenue.

Find out how we did this for Danosa, a pan European building supplies firm based in Portsmouth.

 

 

 

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