As your business grows, you’ll find your telecommunications costs rising as you deal with an increasing number of clients, suppliers, and other business related calls – all of this can contribute to a hefty bill at the end of each month. Fortunately, there are several ways to minimise the cost of business calls while staying [...]
The provisions of the Consumer Protection Act should be extended to provide small and medium businesses some defence against being ripped off by unscrupulous providers of goods and services. That’s the view of Graeme Victor, CEO of telecommunications solutions company Du Pont Telecom, who says it’s not unusual for SMEs to be fleeced by providers of essential business goods and services such as PBXs because they don’t know what they are being charged for.
Many businesses that have opted for hosted PBX solutions in an effort to reduce their telecommunications costs are experiencing some unexpected benefits which have little to do with reductions in capital and operational expenditure.
South African businesses are rapidly switching on to the benefits a hosted PBX (switchboard) environment, with several organisations having already adopted the new technology that takes VoIP (Voice over IP) to the next level. That’s according to Graeme Victor, CEO of telecommunications solutions company Du Pont Telecom, which recently launched one of the country’s first hosted PBX solutions based on carrier-strength TELES Class 5 technology.