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The Future of Our Communications

The Future of Our Communications

In Back to the Future 2, Jennifer (*spoiler alert*) unknowingly wakes up in the future version of her home…in 2015. In the movie, they had technologies like movie screens that projected phone calls, food hydrators that turned little gummy pizzas into full-sized Pizza Hut Pizzas, flying cars, and hands-free video games, all while still managing to make it look unflinchingly 80’s. (Fax machines in the bathrooms, anyone?)

While the movie got some things way, way wrong– we’re still waiting for flying cars– it did have some semblance of where our communication technology was headed. Now a days, finding a phone that doesn’t have video chat is harder to do that finding a phone with video chat, and it seems like even young children know how to work face time.

The evolutions of telecommunications in even the last 10 years are astounding. It’s easier than ever to conduct global business with the help of a great computer and a great internet connection. Call centers have made B2C communication a two-way street for customers to easily (some would argue) communicate with a business, voicemail ensures that messages never get lost or misinterpreted, cell phones promote the mobility ideology, which facilitated the growing popularity of remote teams.

And, fun fact: Did you know that there are approx. 327,577,529 cellphones in use JUST in the US? With all of that mobility, it’s no wonder that businesses are now offering remote options like working from home.  If you’re looking to boost your mobility game in 2017, we have a rate plan analysis, mobile applications, trade in options, and competitive pricing for mobility solutions. You can request an analysis here.

Or, if you’re looking to enhance your voice services from traditional voice for single or multi locations businesses to complex enterprise secure SIP solutions, we can help you there, too. Our dedicated team of industry experts is involved from pre-sales support to provisioning, assuring every step of the process is seamless and service is delivered on time for local business lines:

  • Long Distance, domestic and international
  • Toll Free
  • Enhanced features including voicemail, call forwarding, call waiting, directory and operator assistance
  • Conferencing
  • ISDN PRI’s
  • Voice over IP (VoIP)
  • SIP Trunking

Ring in the new year with as a bangin’ voice and mobility machine! Your employees will thank you, your sales will thank you, and your bottom line will thank you!
..and will someone *please* get on top of making a flying car and hoverboards?

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