Chances are if you work in IT, you already know what VoIP is. You also know that it requires a well organised local network and a decent connectivity solution sat behind it. What you may not realise is you sit in a brilliant position to take advantage of reseller opportunities. Most clients already trust your technical know-how and conversely, distrust VoIP’s technicalities, leaving only you to put them at ease.
If you are an IT, networking, consultancy or technology firm and you’re not using VoIP, then your communication systems are stuck in the past. Bring your comms inline and up to date with the rest of your business.
In most cases, there is a learning curve associated with any new system, never mind VoIP. But, if you are an experienced IT firm then there is nothing to worry about. Chances are, you already have the expertise from within your team of skilled support engineers.
VoIP services are a brilliant addition to any portfolio and could provide your business with an extra revenue stream. VoIP runs off connectivity, and we supply that too, do you see where we’re going here?
The whole experience with Packnet has been brilliant. We have been using Packnet's Metis phone system for over 8 years now. In that time it has been ultra-reliable.
- Tom Beech, Director, WebPraxis Ltd
Earlier today we had major issues with two of our Gigaset handsets & the base unit. We would like to take this opportunity to formally congratulate you on your easy to use support system and the excellent representatives who picked up our support call. Credit where credit is due.
- Don Wall, Senior Infrastructure Engineer, Bioxydyn
I have been using your service since I took over from a colleague in January and the VoIP system was a little daunting at first. Your team have always done an excellent job of providing support however, I consistently get fast responses to my problems and high-quality support and feel much more comfortable with the system as a result. This is the best support I have ever received.
- James Campbell, IT Support Analyst, Applearn