Businesses Are Saving Big On Communication’s Costs and Focusing On More Vital Tasks
Two of the first reasons many companies choose to implement cloud computing for their telecommunications solution is both capital expenditure savings and ongoing operating expense. These have always been two of the most attractive benefits of cloud computing in a time where fiscal responsibility is more important than ever. With cloud computing, companies do not have to worry about over-purchasing expensive, outdated hardware, adding in-house staff or expanding current data centers. Not to mention, cloud computing’s most flexible cost model allows companies to cut costs at the same time their organization is growing. It’s a win-win situation.
The financials of taking your business on a trip into the cloud:
- You know what taking the trip into the cloud will cost AND save you. Your sales executive should be able to offer you a complete ROI calculation report and provide you with a detailed understanding of potential operating cost savings.
- You don’t have to spend too much to take your trip. Taking a trip into the cloud has very minimal capital requirements especially if data network already exits and the only initial expenditure are IP phones for the office. By switching to the cloud, your business is moving to an OPEX model from a CAPEX model. Not only does this allow for your business to avoid initial high capital expenditures, but it gives you piece of mind. You know what you will be paying and for how long you will be paying it.
- No payment until you reach your destination. You won’t have to pay anything until you’re on your trip into the cloud and your service is ON and fully functional. Additionally, there is flexibility for start-of-service date to reduce wasted spending and you can take your trip whenever is best for your company.
Find out the myths of cloud communications and why your business needs to adopt it today: Misconceptions may be keeping you from taking advantage of the tremendous synergy between Unified Communications (UC) and the cloud. As a result, you might remain stuck with obsolete, siloed voice and messaging solutions that destroy productivity, cost too much to run, and fail to deliver the customer experience necessary to compete in a multichannel world.