Nfon – The Journey so far…
A major milestone for BtL in 2016, was the contract we signed with Nfon, making BtL a diamond partner. This marked the beginning of what we hope will be a long partnership between the two companies. BtL has worked with a number of different partners over the past 10 years that specialise in Cloud Telephony, however this partnership represents a significant enhancement of what we are able to offer our customers from a leading solutions provider. The combination of price point and increased reliability on top of the usual ‘bells and whistles’ that would expect from a Cloud Telephony solution means that Nfon’s Hosted Telephony solution is an ideal choice for all organisations and not just those fitting a select criteria.
Some of the key benefits for businesses that decide to invest in Nfon are increased flexibility, 99.999% resilience, the potential to make substantial cost savings, unlimited capacity for users, and a UK wide presence. Nfon also allows for integration with Skype for business.
BtL quickly saw the potential for Nfon and after the successful roll out of the system to both new and existing clients, we have made this one of our key products for 2017 and work ever closer with the Nfon to keep us ahead of the competition.
The market for cloud telephony is rapidly moving past the early adopter phase in the UK with more and more customers recognising cloud telephony as an intelligent and pragmatic choice for their organisation.
Bearing this in mind, we will be leveraging partnerships with other communications providers this year to introduce the Nfon cloud telephony solution to an even wider audience.
We believe that there are many reasons why cloud telephony is a better option for companies:
The number of mature enterprise customers are growing across every vertical industry, representing confidence in the solution
The sales cycle is continuing to decrease for cloud telephony services, as a result of growing market acceptance and awareness.
The hunger for cloud services in general is on the rise with organisations that are not using cloud services in any form now in the minority.
There is greater demand for mobile working among employees who typically use three to four connected devices instead of one.