Our next Meet the Team post features Sabrina, who works on Nimvelo’s online and offline marketing efforts. Whether its writing the latest blog post or tweeting away on Twitter, Sabrina loves creating engaging content and connecting with our customers.
Our next Meet the Team post features Adam, who is another one of our awesome developers here at Nimvelo. Adam works daily to make sure that everything is working perfectly behind the scenes for our customers.
Our second Meet the Team post features Josh, who’s in charge of much of the front-end development of Nimvelo Phone and our other tools. He’s entirely self-taught, and has a real passion for coding awesome stuff!
Without further ado, let’s meet Josh…
A company is only ever as good as the individuals who work there – this is why we hire people who we know will do a great job of contributing to the Nimvelo mission of helping businesses to communicate. We want to introduce you to the awesome individuals behind Nimvelo, so we’ll be running a series of posts to get you acquainted with our incredible team.
First up is Dan Katri, who works on our network and support team.
Having a virtual phone system is one thing, but knowing how to make the most out of it is a completely different story. We recently wrote about knowing what kind of business phone system was right for you – if you decided virtual was the answer, knowing how to use all its features is key to getting the most out of it.
Last August we introduced our new app for Nimvelo Phone – Communicator. This tool allows customers to make and receive calls straight from their web browser without having to download, install or configure anything.
Communicator provides managers with direct access to their team so they can monitor who is available to take calls. Businesses can manage their contacts through the phonebook, which makes it easy for them to get in touch with colleagues and customers without the hassle of finding someone’s number. Communicator is great for remote teams, as it means team members can easily make and receive calls without a dedicated business phone.
For a long time traditional landlines were the only option for businesses. The working world is constantly evolving, meaning our business phone systems need to be able to keep up with the change. A virtual phone system (also known as PBX, VoIP, or cloud-based service) works best with a good internet connection, so the technological advances that have improved availability and speed have inevitably resulted in more people using the internet to make phone calls.
There has been a lot of debate about whether cloud phone systems are better than traditional hardwired on-premises solutions, but it really depends on you and your business. Cloud-based systems are a lot more flexible and require far less outlay than physical landlines, although the fact they need a stable internet connection might rule them out for some companies.