Every so often, it’s a good idea to assess your company’s phone system to determine whether it’s still meeting your needs. An up-to-date, effective phone system is a key ingredient for a successful business. How do you know whether your business needs a new phone system? Read on for some handy guidelines.
It’s too old
Your phone system may still be working fine after a decade or two, but does the manufacturer still make replacement parts? Do they offer technical support? It pays to do your research before your phone system starts to break down. Find out whether your phone system is technical obsolete, and replace it if it is.
It’s moving day
Transporting and re-installing your old phone system can cost 20-40% as much as installing a new system – which you’ll eventually have to do anyway, as your system becomes obsolete. An added benefit: your new location will come with the latest developments in modern phone service.
Your business is growing
A growing business means more daily calls, which can lead to an overloaded phone system. Older systems have a maximum number of supported devices, such as phones and fax machines. Newer systems make it much easier to add users as your business grows.
If your company needs a new phone system, there’s no better place to get one than Vaspian. We offer innovative, reliable cloud-based phone systems for businesses of all sizes. Call 1-855-VASPIAN today to find out more about what we can do for your company!
Thanks for sharing the article on why an upgrade in a new phone system might be necessary! I like that you mentioned how it would be wiser to have an upgrade in your business’ phone system when you are moving offices since a transfer would need around 20 to 40% as much as installing a new one. That should be perfect for those businesses’ that are looking to expand while keeping their productivity and communication open and easy to access. If I were a business owner, I’d be sure to get my company a phone equipment system that is updated and user-friendly for my employees and clients. Thanks!
The company my husband is working for has just gotten a new phone system and I was trying to think of why they changed. I appreciate what you said about how, sometimes, the systems are just too old and the parts aren’t being made anymore. I think it’s so important to make sure that glitches and problems don’t happen if what you use becomes outdated. Thank you for your opinions.