Benefits of Mobile Workforce

Mobile cloud-based workforce solutions make it easier on so many levels for companies to run a business and reap productivity rewards from a team of happy employees. Here’s how:

Lowers Costs

Lowers Costs With Mobility Solutions

Mobile cloud communication is one of the most ideal money-saving solutions for businesses in the modern day. With a cloud-based workforce management solution, you can trim overhead costs and save money that would otherwise be consumed on the monthly rental of a large office space. With the majority of your workforce situated near and far, you don’t need to have cubicles, furnishings, computers, stationery equipment and the various other trappings of a conventional office.

According to a study on mobile worker benefits conducted by the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER), American workers would accept a decrease in pay for the opportunity to work from home. Basically, the mobile option is a win-win deal for workers and employers alike — employees get to enjoy greater convenience and comfort in their working situation while employers are able to cut overhead costs and maximize profits as a result.

With mobile integrated cloud communications, any company can transition to a mobile workforce. With the right solution, colleagues can collaborate on projects anytime, day or night, from any location.

High Security

Cloud technology has grown in leaps and bounds over the past five years. Mobile technology has also come a long way since the late 2000s. Combined, the two make for the safest of options when it comes to digital workforce solutions and collaborative communication. Any company can make a seamless transition from office space to cloud space with little investment.

From virtually any location around the globe with Wi-Fi access, a CEO can delegate tasks to different departments with a cloud-based workforce management solution. With cloud data encryption, all files and communications made between workers and management are maintained around the clock. If a mobile device is lost or stolen, data can be erased remotely. As such, even incidents of internal human error can be rectified with no loss or breach of security.

Cloud-based mobile workforce solutions are also safer in many ways because there’s less hard media involved. With less paper and machinery and with all documents digitized and stored in the cloud, there’s less possibility of vital info and equipment being lost in fires. Cloud solutions are also safer and more secure than physical hard drives and traditional online servers because cloud servers never die. There’s also virtually no possibility of hacking and system breaches.

The Mobile Workforce: The Future of the Office

Today’s workforce is becoming increasingly interconnected around the globe. According to recent numbers compiled by the International Data Corporation, Asia has roughly 870 million mobile workers, while America has 200 million. Additionally, roughly 245 million mobile workers are spread across Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

Thanks to cloud-based mobile workforce solutions, a company can hire people in multiple countries to work from their computers. If you can’t find suitable people for your team via local adds, you can now find them over the Internet and have them work remotely. As the world’s population becomes more mobile savvy, vast swaths of the international business sector will consist of employment bodies that span several continents.

Since 2005, UniVoIP has been leading the way in cloud solution innovation. Contact us today to request pricing or to see a demo of our mobile cloud-based communication solutions.

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