With more and more companies leaving offices behind and working virtually, UCaaS and cybersecurity have become more important than ever. Some business owners still have concerns about utilizing cloud storage due to security purposes, but you can assure them everything is safe through Viirtue’s platform.
The Viirtue platform offers call tracking, which means your clients don’t need to work with several different software tools to get the best results.
With another acronym added to the communications world, you may be wondering if you should incorporate CPaaS into your business or not be concerned with it at all. We’ll walk you through everything you need to know about CPaaS, so you can decide whether you should be adding this service to your client offerings.
One of the growing networks for VoIP and Unified Communications is Telehealth. Many managed IT service providers look to grow their business by working with medical offices in their area. While security is usually the top concern for these clients, the growth of telehealth services necessitates the specific qualities of a UCaaS system.
As you start reselling VoIP and UCaaS services to your clients, you’ll start getting questions about the security of cloud networks. Many people don’t realize that cloud-based servers are often safer than their on-site servers, and you can tell them a few other details to calm their concerns.
Parsippany, NJ: Viirtue today announced their integration with Xima, a premium contact center solution. Along with webchat and cradle-to-grave reporting, this integration offers businesses a robust tool to serve customers quickly while improving the call center process.
Parsippany, NJ: On October 15, 2020, TMC Labs named Viirtue’s ViiBE Lite feature the winner of a Unified Communications Innovations Award. The award recognizes technology providers creating unique and useful products for the UC world. Additional recipients include AudioCodes and Ramp with products for digital meetings and videocasting.
As you become the all-in-one technology expert for your clients, you can help them develop a business continuity plan to protect their digital assets from disaster, hacking, or whatever disruptions we face next.
Selling communication tools as an add-on or residual income stream for your IT business may seem daunting at first. But all your clients can benefit from better communication, and you just need to learn the best way to explain those benefits.
Your clients may think they only need an IT person to set up their server, printer network, or WiFi extenders. But as the expert, you know they need communication tools to help their businesses grow. If you’re reselling a unified communications or VoIP package that would work well for a small business, these benefits should convince them to add on the service.