Phone Systems Brisbane Run With The Herd

We don’t run with the herd, firstly let me bring you up to speed for the reason for this post.

My name is Greg Eicke and I’ve been working at the leading edge of voice communications for the past 29 years. In that time I’ve found that most companies are interested in two things when it comes to their phone technology. Firstly, how to increase their productivity with better voice and data communication and secondly, how to reduce the phone bill.

I bring great news for the executive who is looking for impressive productivity increases and equally enjoyable cost savings.

Another key frustration for businesses is the sheer complexity of many phone and data solutions. The good news is that communications complexity ends with Greg Eicke! As do all of its painful implications.

Now onto Five reasons why every CEO must understand Unified Communications.

Just under half of the businesses in the new Vanson Bourne survey (technology Market Research Specialists) already had a Unified Communications strategy in place. Those companies noted 10 percent productivity gains, and a 21 percent improvement in customer satisfaction, from using the technology.

Some six in ten businesses on the new Vanson Bourne survey said Unified Communications was a key element in supporting the growth of their company, helping with internal collaboration, greater business efficiency, reduced travel costs and a more flexible workforce.

Remote worker voice Solutions extend the boundaries of the office walls so you can enjoy the benefits of higher productivity and net profit. The Sensis Business Index Report 2007 states SME’s that teleworked had managed to record consistently higher performance in sales and profitability than non – teleworking counterparts.(37% higher net Profit).

Teleworking has provided companies the world over with big saving on real estate and accommodation costs. In fact the Sensis Business Index Report 2007 states that “Teleworkers have proven to be between 20% and 43% more productive”.

Additionally Teleworking has provided a ‘no-cost’ net wage increase for employees who save thousands on reduced travel costs and benefit from reduced travel time. Employees can save an average of $3, 000 per year on petrol, parking and vehicle upkeep and an average of 2 weeks commute time working from home 2 days per week.

Finally if you’d like to know for sure if these sensational benefits are available to you, just take advantage of my


This is where I’ll clearly outline to you all the communication enhancements, productivity improvements and cost savings that you could realistically achieve in your business. This is a FREE service (with no obligation) and specifically designed to let you know whether there are worthwhile and profitable opportunities to pursue. No tricks, just straight independent advice.