Voipfone, a company offering cloud-based telephone services specifically designed for small businesses, is again in the news for promoting virtual green offices that empower small businesses to have less impact on their environment, lowering their carbon footprint.
Voipfone has been providing business class, cloud-based, hosted telephony since 2004, and the company is a founding member of the Internet Telephone Service Providers Association (ITSPA) and holds its Quality Mark. The company offers a telephone system that works anywhere and comes with many clever features thrown in for free – such as call barring, call transfer, music on hold and call conferencing.
The company is now setting itself as an example by using its own technology to create a profitable company with no physical offices. Here, all the employees are home-based and they sell their services to many thousands of other small businesses. This way the company is promoting virtual offices while helping many businesses to get on path of profitability, even enabling their employees to have a better quality of life.
Voipfone officials say that their services are specifically built for small businesses and individuals to communicate effectively and freely between their employees, customers and suppliers and anyone else – anywhere – mostly for free. These services are also suitable for virtual offices.
The concept of virtual office works best for SMBs, as their customers can be based out of anywhere and communicating between them is free, which means that they can locate anywhere and employ the best people wherever they are. Thus, employees get an option to work at their own comfort whether it be in their home or elsewhere.
SMBs also have an option to pick Virtual assistant services from Voipfone that answer calls for their clients. Businesses can use the existing Internet infrastructure to place free phone calls, thereby driving significant cost benefits. By allowing both voice and data traffic to be transmitted over a single network, VoIP saves considerable infrastructure costs for businesses, according to Voipfone officials.
Edited by Alisen Downey