Picture the scenario: you’re running your business from your office just like you’ve always done, but your team are showing signs of discontent. You’ve just lost one of your most productive team members to a competitor, with their exit interview revealing that they weren’t happy about having to come into the office every single day. You can feel the beginnings of a shifting dynamic; whether you’re at work or down the pub with a hard-earned drink, people are talking about remote working.
Perhaps you’re feeling under pressure to allow your own employees to work from home (or a trendy co-working space in Bali), but you’re cautious about the impact on your business. Don’t worry – you’re not alone! We speak to entrepreneurs all day long and found that many share the same fears, so we’ve put together a few posts and resources for business owners who are considering letting their team work remotely.
Our office will be closing on Friday 22 December 2016 at 5.30pm and will re-open on Tuesday 2 January 2018 at 9am. Between these times support will still be available via email at email@example.com or directly within Nimvelo Manager.
All systems will be monitored around the clock and our support staff will be on hand to deal with any urgent requests via the support centre, or by email throughout.
Please note: support outside of office hours is available for faults and service affecting issues only. Please describe the issue as clearly as possible to help us deal with your request promptly and efficiently.
We wish you all the very best for the festive season and look forward to seeing you all in 2018. Thank you for your continued business.
Traditional landlines have long been the primary option for businesses wanting to look professional with a business phone number. However, since the introduction of VoIP and cloud-based phone systems, more and more SMEs are choosing to have a virtual phone number.
Although traditional landlines can be more reliable (and therefore often the obvious choice), internet connectivity has become so omnipresent that more and more companies are switching to virtual phone systems as they’re generally more flexible and cost-effective.
When starting a business there are a lot of jobs you need to tick of your checklist, from securing your domain name to hiring the first recruit. For the first few weeks you might be happy to make calls on your home landline or mobile, but you might have already figured out that it’s not the most efficient (or professional) way to do business.
Instead of going down the route of a traditional business landline, you might be interested in trying out a flexible VoIP phone service.
Our latest Meet the Team post features David, who works as a system engineer here at Nimvelo. David constantly checks over the servers and existing networks to ensure nothing goes wrong for our customers.
Our next Meet the Team post features Sabrina, who works on Nimvelo’s online and offline marketing efforts. Whether 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…