PABX switchboard sales low?
That is because times have changed and so must the services we sell.
According to international research, as much as 33% of businesses don’t intend to have an office in the future and another 33% intend having only essential staff working from the office.
As a self-confessed overachiever, Claire is a highly motivated and results-driven Channel Manager/Business Relationship Manager who is committed to delivering results that drive business success.
With more than 20 years’ experience in Sales and Marketing (many of which are in the telecommunications industry) and a proven track record of exceeding sales targets, she understands the importance of building good relationships and offering excellent customer service. But she’s not all business…
When she’s not at her desk, you will often find her spending time with friends and family, organizing events from wine tours to sunset cruises to spa days. Claire is a natural people’s person and can often be found using those skills to create unique experiences for those closest to her.
Claire’s mission is to drive business growth and deliver exceptional customer service through innovation and integrity.
The world of work is changing, and remote work is becoming increasingly popular. This shift has posed a significant challenge for businesses who struggle to manage their phone systems when employees are working from home.
But living in today’s fast-paced and technology-driven business environment, companies with remote teams are more common than ever before. Selling PABXs has become a challenging task for any sales professional.
As staff have adapted to working remotely, so the tools they use need to adapt accordingly
Why a traditional PABX no longer sells
Traditional PABX systems are not designed to cater to remote workers' needs, and they often face several limitations, such as:
- Limited functionality: Traditional PABX systems are designed for office-based setups with a fixed infrastructure. They lack the features necessary to cater to the needs of remote workers.
- High installation costs: Installing a traditional PABX system requires significant capital expenditure and is often not cost-effective for remote teams.
- Maintenance and support: Maintaining a traditional PABX system can be challenging and requires a dedicated IT team. Remote teams often lack the technical expertise needed to manage these systems.
- Limited flexibility: Traditional PABX systems are not designed to be flexible and often require additional hardware or software to support remote workers
Advantages of a Truly Mobile PABX System
A mobile PABX system offers significant advantages, including:
- Increased mobility: A mobile PABX system enables remote workers to make and receive calls from anywhere, using any device. This provides greater flexibility and mobility, allowing employees to work from any location.
- Scalability: A mobile PABX system is highly scalable, allowing businesses to add or remove users easily. This is especially beneficial for companies with fluctuating team sizes.
- Cost-effectiveness: A mobile PABX system is often more cost-effective than traditional systems as it eliminates the need for expensive hardware and installation costs.
- Remote management: A mobile PABX system can be easily managed remotely, eliminating the need for on-site IT support.
- Advanced features: Mobile PABX systems offer advanced features such as call recording, call forwarding, and voicemail transcription. These features can improve team collaboration and productivity.
So we created MobiNET
MobiNET is South Africa’s very first and only full feature suite, full mobile PABX, that terminates a call over the GSM network without the need for connectivity.
- 1One touch, no hash dialing for free call transfers between all your users.
- 2No installation, no call outs, no cables, no POE switches, no VoIP.
- 3MobiNET works exactly the same as if you were sitting at a desk using your work phone.
The perfect fit for your customer who needs complete call management for a remote and mobile workforce
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