How Remote Calling Function is Priceless

By: preeti sharma

As a salesman, I'm out of the office about forty weeks during an average year. The nature of my business is such that I am not only unable to be contacted at all times, but really wouldn't want to be even if I could. Our office utilizes a remote calling function with our business phone system that allows me to receive all my messages from my desk phone. More importantly, I am able to call one-toll free number and place calls from my desk phone as though I were there. Considering I am on the phone quite a bit throughout the day, this feature saves me time and money. At my previous job, I was required to use my own personal cell phone, which I would submit an invoice for and be paid a month later. Eventually, the company outfitted all the sales representatives with company cell phones, but that still didn't solve the problem of needing to have an open line when necessary. I can tell you from firsthand experience that trying to make outgoing calls while people are calling you makes for a hectic day. I was always trying to get one thing accomplished while having to deal with someone else. With the business phone system my current employer has in place, all calls go to my voice mail, allowing me to do things on my own schedule and with the prioritization to clients that I feel is necessary. Of course, all my emergency contacts are still able to reach me on my mobile phone, which means I'm not relegated to checking my voice mail to find out if something I should immediately be aware of has happened. All in all, the remote calling features of our business phone system make my job a lot easier, which allows me to be more productive. Since I work on commission, my productivity is paramount to my financial success.

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