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2 December 2020

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How Can Mobile Communication Be Used In a Business Setting

Business Wireless by Tom Collins

Modern businesses require flexible tools. And flexibility is one of the key determining factors to business longevity in the chaotic business environment of 2020.

Even though the world has been slowed down by the global pandemic, the pace of today's industries isn't giving up, and to stay on top, many businesses are choosing to add mobile communication to their kit bag. 

While there are hundreds of use cases for how mobile communication can be used in a business setting, it's clear that the value is present. The question is, how can it best serve your company? 

We've compiled a list of some of the top ways companies are using mobile communications to remain flexible and stay connected, even on the move. 

3 Ways Mobile Communication Be Used For Business

 

Remote work was gaining steam even before the pandemic sent everyone home and the companies who'd already adopted systems were impacted far less than others.

When your team is remote, it doesn't matter whether your office is closed, employees want to take a trip, or it's outside business hours. Your team is always connected.

All of this being possible hinges on investing in the right mobile communication system to ensure a team spread out across a state or even country can collaborate efficiently at all times. Today, we are going to cover three key ways the right mobile communication system can help improve your business. business wireless

1. Improved Efficiency

As your company grows, the more busy everyone on your team becomes. Full plates, fast approaching deadlines, and lack of in-person contact means that efficiency must become top priority. For example, no one has time to wait around for another employee to get out of their meeting and share an important document with you. A file-sharing system allows your team to store key documents in a place where anyone can access them at any time.

A mobile system means that your team can access various platforms like email and Microsoft Teams via their mobile devices. Nearly every platform or program used can be accessed via a mobile application that can be downloaded onto a smartphone. These types of instant notifications ensure important questions are answered in a timely manner. Lastly, setting up this type of system allows your team to work from anywhere. This will come in handy if a salesperson is stuck in an airport or your marketing specialist is snowed in and cannot come into the office.

2. Strengthen Team Collaborations

The biggest mistakes occur when an individual or team performs their work in a silo. All team members need an accessible line of communication to share crucial updates with all relevant parties.

With mobile communications, teams can collaborate on the fly, leaving notes and updates for immediate dissemination across the organization. Teams can skip face-to-face huddles to spend more time focused on the tasks at hand, providing feedback without wasting time moving between daily requirements.

Similarly, this type of open and easy access to communication allows employees to reach out to anyone they need throughout the organization. For example, if a marketing professional is writing a weekly blog, they can send an instant message to the appropriate subject matter expert. That expert can answer their questions within minutes, ensuring the blog post doesn't get delayed and the marketing professional can move onto their next deliverable.

This system allows anyone to be reached in case of an emergency. Instead of making an uneducated guess, your team can get the information they need and take the appropriate action to fix this issue.

3. Promote Taking Initiative

If an employee has access to the same platform as everyone else, they will feel more empowered to contribute to the company’s overall goals. Instead of sitting in a cubicle in the corner of an office feeling unnoticed and unsupported, they now have access to anyone in their company. This type of access will help your employees complete tasks as soon as possible instead of waiting for certain resources to become available or for a meeting with specific people.

The right mobile communications system will also allow your talent to work at the times and locations that best suit them, setting them up to get their best work done.
It also allows employees to take necessary breaks to take care of personal matters around the house. Once that is complete, they can return to their work with complete focus because they are now distraction-free.

Using Mobile Communication for Business

Remote work is the future for most companies in this country. Therefore, installing the right mobile communications system from the start is paramount to your long-term success.

The key to making the right choice is investing in a program that allows your teams to share documents, work from anywhere, and provide open lines of communication across the country. Companies that do this will gain an edge over any competitors who are still stuck in the old ways of doing business.

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About the author:

Tom Collins (Twitter, LinkedIn) - is the Director of Enterprise Sales & Marketing for Atlantech Online. He has over 20 years of professional experience in the Internet Service Provider industry and is known for translating technology into positive results for business. A native of Washington, DC, a graduate from University of Maryland (degrees in Government & Politics and Secondary Education), Tom is also a five-time Ironman finisher.

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