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10 Reasons to Upgrade Your Phone System

10. Your company image will improve.

9. Paging feature saves footsteps.

8. Auto attendant saves time and payroll.

7. Music & advertising on hold creates better customer service without added payroll.

6. Unified messaging saves valuable time (voicemail and faxes are emailed to you).

5. More phone lines equals fewer missed calls.

4. Do not disturb feature will enhance productivity and privacy.

3. Call forward feature allows staff to be mobile (also forwards the number called from).

2. Ability to view remote video surveillance cameras on your phone at home or at the office.

1. VoIP can almost completely eliminate long distance charges.

Visit our telephone systems page for more information!

S Studio Salon’s Chief Experience

Staci Patton, Owner of S Studio Salon in Oklahoma City.
S Studio Salon Testimonial
Thank you Staci! We appreciate your business! Visit S Studio Salon at: 2528 W. Memorial in OKC

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In case you didn’t know…


Video Surveillance (CCTV) and Business Telephone Systems are affordable!

10 Reasons to Upgrade Your Phone System

10. Your company image will improve.

9. Paging feature saves footsteps.

8. Auto attendant saves time and payroll.

7. Music & advertising on hold creates better customer service without added payroll.

6. Unified messaging saves valuable time (voicemail and faxes are emailed to you).

5. More phone lines equals fewer missed calls.

4. Do not disturb feature will enhance productivity and privacy.

3. Call forward feature allows staff to be mobile (also forwards the number called from).

2. Ability to view remote video surveillance cameras on your phone at home or at the office.

1. VoIP can almost completely eliminate long distance charges.

Visit our telephone systems page for more information!

Buy now, pay later.

This seems to be the theme of our American shopping practices. Is there ever a time when we should buy now and pay later? As business owners, we have decided that our aim is to operate debt free. For us it is not just a goal it is a reality. However, there are many companies out there that are simply not in the position to completely avoid debt.
What happens if a business owner has a real need for a product or service that can significantly increase productivity, sales and/or customer service or decrease loss and expense but does not have the cash to pay for it today? Not all of us have the luxury of an open checkbook. (Maybe none of us do.) Not all of us have capital reserve, but we all have a need to improve our daily operations.
At Chief DataCom we offer low interest financing for those who need it. Many businesses suffer loss due to theft or careless mistakes that could be totally avoided with video surveillance. Other businesses miss important customer calls due to lack of phones, phone lines, voicemail or the ability to retrieve messages while on the go. In these situations a choice must be made either continue the way business is currently being conducted and save a dime today, or improve operations and add money to the bottom line while making low interest payments.
This is an important decision to make especially if you are one of those losing money or missing out on potential sales. Financing is not the best choice for everyone, but for some it can be the one thing that keeps their business afloat or propels their business to the next level.
If you are in need of a new business telephone system or video surveillance but do not have the cash on hand today, financing may be an option for you. To those of you who do have an open checkbook, we are here for you too! (We just don’t recommend financing.)

Small Business Telephone Solution

At Chief DataCom, we offer the Panasonic brand as a solution for our small business clients. Panasonic is a trusted brand, with unsurpassed quality and technology. Check out this video which demonstrates one of the SIP systems we offer.

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My phone, my productivity

My phone, my productivity

If I have heard it once, I have heard it a million times “I can’t get anything done because the phone won’t stop ringing!”.  The funny thing is, business owners WANT the phone to ring.   It means there is a person in need of our product or service.  Or, it could mean that there is someone wanting to sell to us. 

Either way, there are times when people are “busier than a cat in a sandbox” and just can’t take time to take another call.  Have you been there?  Me too.

Luckily, there are some advances in technology that actually help us to be more productive. (I know, it is hard to believe)  One such phenom is unified messaging.  It sounds very techy, but it is actually simple to use.  According to our friends at Dummies.com here are the top benefits of unified messaging:

  • A single inbox. Unified messaging can deliver all types of messaging and communication to a single inbox. The single inbox is easier for administrators to maintain, and provides flexibility for users to manage and interact with all of their communications.
  • Efficient communication. Users can communicate more efficiently by having access to all communications at one time and being free to share, forward, or manage them in the way that’s most convenient or effective for the given communication.
  • Cost savings. Merging streamlines the communications administration and consolidates the infrastructure onto fewer physical servers, saving money for the enterprise.
  • Access from anywhere. Unified messaging provides alternative methods of accessing communications. By merging e-mail, voice, and other communications, users can get voice messages in e-mail, have e-mail dictated over the phone, or access communications via the Web.

There are many other applications such as, overhead paging, out there that can save you time and minimize the number of steps you have to take throughout your busy work day.  Let us know if you need help being more productive.

Be sure to check out other features of unified messaging here: http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/unified-communications-for-dummies-cheat-sheet.html