The Business World Is Changing And Adaptation With Cloud Communications Is Necessary


We cannot deny or evade the ever changing business world. The workforce is changing around us and transforming the way we do business. Organizations are adapting quickly, making the necessary changes to their workflows and conforming to the latest business trends that continue to take precedence in the business world. It is no secret that those businesses that fail to comply to the latest models of operations are falling in the rears of success and letting others swiftly surpass them.

Take a look at the top 3 business trends that cloud communications empowers. 

1. Growth of the virtual workplace. We all know that businesses and executives have been clamoring for a change in the standard work environment for years, but what we are starting to see as the beginning stages in transition to a mobile workforce is the growth in a virtual workplace. More and more business are lending their transitional abilities to a workplace that knows no spacial limitations, to cloud communications with its scalable and mobile business solutions. Cloud communications has made it possible for businesses to move from the traditional office space, to a productive and efficient work force no matter where employees are. An office is no longer necessary for businesses to thrive as telecommuters, mobile workers and contractors continue to emerge and positively impact return on investment. Not only does this allow a business to save in overhead expenses, but proves to be a solution that continues to offer businesses the greatest availability for a productive workforce. Cloud communications has eliminated the limitations of the work environment being within the walls of an office building, and has made it possible for the workforce to span across counties, states, countries and continents while increasing collaboration and productivity.

2. More emphasis on employee engagement. A Dale Carnegie study most recently announce that only 29% of employees are actively-engaged and an astounding 26% are actively dis-engaged with the remainder being only productive under pressure. These astonishing numbers are only the beginning of what businesses are attempting to find resolution for when it comes to employee engagement. Cloud communications offers organizations the ability to empower workers with advanced features, no matter where an employee is. A customizable communications solution meant to increase productivity, enhance workflows and improve collaboration is making it easier for businesses to encourage employee engagement without the negative implications of adding stress and pressure. Employees are engaged further simply by giving workers access to a feature-rich and highly personalized communications system that makes their job easier.

LEARN MORE: Cloud connectivity is the fastest growing market in business communications. Unified communications delivered in the cloud can help address many collaboration and communications challenges

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