Making Moving EasierMaking Moving Easier

About Me

Making Moving Easier

I still remember the first time I decided to move my business. I had a small masonry company at the time, and we didn't think that it would be that hard to load everything into a few trucks. A few weeks later, we found ourselves struggling to maintain our business, clean up our old location, and get set up in our new place. Although I have owned several businesses over the years, moving an entire company is never easy. I decided to dedicate this website to helping other small business owners like myself, so that you don't have to endure the same hassles that I did. I hope that you find the information that you need, and that your next move can be successful.

Latest Posts

The Benefits of Intermodal Shelter Systems
14 September 2021

Do you need to build a temporary or semi-temporary

Six Positive Effects An Egress Window Can Have On Your Property
14 September 2021

It's important to understand all the positive effe

Buying a Used Car? Tips to Help You Avoid Problems With Tags and Title Transfer
5 August 2021

If you're in the process of buying a car from a th

2 Steps In Drilling A Water Well
25 May 2021

When you are building a new house that's off the l

Keys To Implementing A Wastewater Treatment System Around Commercial Property
25 May 2021

Wastewater is something that every commercial prop

What You Should Know About Voip For Your Business

Instead of the standard landline through telephones, many businesses are switching to Voice over Internet Protocol or (VoIP) because of the many benefits. If you are looking for a new solution for your business, check out these three facts you must know about VoIP for your business.

It Uses a Lot of Bandwidth

By switching to VoIP, you put a lot more activity on your internet. This may lead to lag in phone calls or problems with sound. Therefore, you may need to upgrade your business internet access services to get faster, better internet for VoIP to work successfully. You can test what a VoIP system will look like on your current internet plan. There are many sites that run simulated tests to let you know well your VoIP would work with your current setup. Typically, you want to see about 100 kbps per simulated call. This means there is enough bandwidth to successfully run VoIP and all your other internet needs on your current system.

You'll Save Money on International Calls

If your company frequently makes international calls, you can drastically cut your spending by switching to VoIP. In fact, businesses see savings of up to 75 percent when they switch. Even if you have to improve your internet and pay more, VoIP should still save you money. There is little hardware to buy, and you likely have some or all of the equipment already, such as computers, mics and speakers. There is still special equipment you can buy, but to get started, especially for small companies, is simple.  

There are Hosted Options Available

VoIP is more software you'll need to manage, which means you'll need to hire more employees or have current employees pick up the new tasks of maintaining the system. Small businesses may not even have the money to add more work. If you don't want to hassle with maintaining and troubleshooting the option, you can opt for hosted VoIP. The host deals with any issues with the software, so your IT department can focus on more important tasks and boost your bottom line.

Voice over Internet Protocol is an excellent solution for many businesses. It saves money, especially if you frequently make international calls, and hosted options make it simple. You may need to upgrade your internet service, but with VoIP, you can push your business further. For more information regarding what VoIP can do for you, contact a provider in your area today.