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Business Archives - CloudCall

Top tips for keeping your customers happy

By | Candidate Experience, Communications, Customer Experience

What will keep your customers happy? 

Happy customers means a happy business, right? It just clicks. 

This year more than ever, businesses need to ensure they are delivering great levels of customer service and understanding how customers prefer to be in contact, which is usually via a phone call. 

Our new eBook explores the topic of keeping your customers happy, the power of combining data and communications and how it just…clicks. You can download it for yourself here. Take a look at our infographic below to see some tips for how to keep your customers happy:  Read More

3 tips to get the most out of CloudCall for Microsoft Teams

By | Communications, Product

Microsoft Teams is one of the most popular business products offering internal communications, document sharing and collaboration toolsWith many of us now working remotely, these features allow colleagues to work together by staying connected as if everyone was working in the office together. Teams is quickly becoming an essential part of work life for people around the world. 

CloudCall’s integration with Microsoft Teamsprovides additional functionality to the platform, allowing users to search their CRM systems contacts and make calls from directly within Microsoft Teams. All calls take place within your CRM system, so all our great features are still available for you to use.  

With any new platform or integration, it may take some getting used to. We’re sharing some handy tips to get the most out of the platform so you can become a savvy user in no time!  

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How start-ups are using cloud based phone systems to increase productivity

By | Communications, Management, Productivity, Technology, Uncategorized
Nearly a full third (31%) of businesses currently use cloud based phone systems and that number is expected to grow. Cloud based phone systems are delivered through the internet as opposed to cables (like the typical landline) or via satellite (like mobile devices). They can often be called “internet based phone systems” or you might see “VoIP” which stands for “Voice over Internet Protocol.” 

As more start-ups are adopting business phone systems that operate in the cloud, understanding why they are choosing to leave behind traditional landlines can help when making the decision on what phone system is right for your business.    Read More

8 things to look for in a business phone system and why you need one now

By | Communications, Customer Experience, Product, Technology
Most businesses, particularly new or rapidly expanding ones, would benefit from investing in a cloud-based Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) business phone system. The set up and running costs are significantly cheaper, and you can incorporate more professional features such as conference calls, Interactive Voice Response (IVR), and call forwarding. Read More

Customer Stories

The phone call is still king, the question is why?

By | Communications, Recruitment, Sales, Technology

Call volumes are increasing

Pre-COVID, 68% of businesses reported that the number of inbound calls had actually increased in the last two years. In fact, customer facing companies reported a 12.6% rise over that period. But what has caused the growth in phone calls in an ever-increasingly digital world? Some businesses have attributed this rise to organic growth, whilst others believe it’s simply down to customer preference. Read More

A Quick Conversation With Brian Cunningham, Managing Director of Allen Recruitment Consulting

By | Communications, Technology

In our next instalment of the Art of Conversation Podcast we are joined by Brian Cunningham, Managing Director of Allen Recruitment Consulting. Specialising in a variety of sectors, Allen Recruitment have a wide range of clients and candidates across the globe. In fact, this variety has allowed Allen Recruitment to achieve their two most successful months in June and July of this year, despite the pandemic. Read More