Telappliant launches Telecom Review Campaign

Telappliant launched its free ‘Telecom Review Campaign’ to help businesses review their current telecommunication setup and advise where they can increase productivity and save money.

The free Telappliant telecommunications audit will take just 30 minutes with no obligation to buy. The company is so confident that it can reduce UK business landline and mobile phone bills by at least 20 per cent that it will give a £20 Love2shop gift voucher if it is unable to meet that promise. For full terms and conditions please visit http://www.telappliant.net/telecom_review
According to Tan Aksoy, Chief Executive Officer at Telappliant, “A large number of businesses are still struggling with high line rental fees, escalating call costs and outdated phone systems. Keen not to disrupt their daily business, many just put up with the status quo. However, this way of thinking is no longer viable for businesses that want to cut costs and expand their operations. Hosted VoIP telephony is an attractive proposition, particularly for small and medium sized businesses as they can dramatically cut operating costs, improve workforce productivity and enhance customer service without investing in expensive IT equipment. Our free audit will show businesses the cost savings and benefits of VoIP. We can then help them make the switch in a quick and non-intrusive way.”

A study conducted earlier in the year, which interviewed 175 UK businesses from a variety of industries, showed that 63 per cent of businesses have successfully been using VoIP telephony for three or more years. A further 15 per cent of businesses have been using VoIP between one to two years, and 22 per cent less than a year. The primary business drivers for switching to VoIP include the need to reduce communications costs (70 per cent), enable staff remote working (37 per cent), improve operational efficiencies (33 per cent) and to improve customer care and call centre support (15 per cent).

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