Our remote working toolkit ensures you have access to everything you need, wherever you are working. One of many features of the remote working toolkit is Call Recording, which allows you to record, store and playback calls from your database. See Call Recording in more detail in our feature video.
Amid the current COVID-19 pandemic, remote working is now a necessity for those that can. It can be easy to only think about how remote working effects a business – but what about how it can effect employees?
Here is our 7 tips for remote workers infographic:
The new Remote Worker Toolkit from CloudCall can assist you in keeping up communications both internally and externally. We are offering free software & conferencing facilities and we can have you up and running in 48 Hours. Find out more here.
As the current COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread around the globe, it has become an overnight reality for many that they have been requested to work remotely in order to contain the transmission of Coronavirus. However, very few of these businesses have rigorously ‘stress tested’ their departments to ensure that everything runs as smoothly out of the office as it does within. It is unsurprising that many organisations do not feel prepared for partial or complete remote working. Here are our 3 top tips to help remote work run smoothly…
Many companies have implemented remote work polices due to the outbreak of COVID-19. With more companies testing these polices for the first time, this infographic breaks down some of the key benefits of remote working.
CloudCall’s Remote Worker Toolkit includes all the necessary communication features business need to keep operating as normal whilst staff work from home. We’re offering free software & conferencing facilities and we’ll have you up and running in 48 Hours. Find out more here: https://www.cloudcall.com/remote-working-tool-kit
Instant messaging (IM) is a growing corporate communications medium with 43%5 of employees using IM tools for business. The platform began as a quick and convenient way to converse with friends and family and has become a principle means of communication for millions of us. As a real-time mode of communication, from one digital device to another, IM is a routine method for many of us to have a conversation. Read More
The decline of conversation has been well documented in the news over recent years with countless attention-grabbing headlines. Modern technology has acquired a bad reputation as the killer of conversation, causing a deterioration in our ability to initiate and hold a conversation and it can be easy to see why. According to Grant Bailey of the Independent, “One in 10…. have gone longer than three whole days without a face-to-face interaction with another person.”1
The 2020 Global Recruitment Summit is being held on 4th March in London. The one-day event will focus on the changes and challenges that are affecting the recruitment industry, with a focus on technology. Enter CloudCall, a provider of communication software that integrates deep within your CRM. Neville James, Director of UK Sales at CloudCall, will be involved in the live technology panel, discussing conversations and communication with a selection of industry experts.
How many hours a month are spent leaving voicemails? Shockingly a team of 50 reps leave on average 1,277 hours of voicemails per month1, approximately 26 hours each. That’s a lot of time being potentially wasted. Increasing productivity by leaving effective voicemails may sound simple, but it’s not always as easy as it seems.
With more people using smartphones, text messaging or “texting” is becoming the most popular way to communicate. It’s simple, efficient and effective with 95% of texts from businesses being read within 3 minutes of being sent – Forbes. But texting for business purposes is not the same as messaging your friends. It’s good to follow a few basic rules to maintain professionalism.
Avoid abbreviations and emojis
If you are communicating in a professional environment, avoid using abbreviations and emojis because these can come across as informal, and not everyone can be expected to understand what they mean.
Having a good conversation comes easier to some than others. Do you need to be confident and charismatic to be a good communicator? We think not. Being succinct, friendly and clear is paramount. Take a look at our tips for having a first-class social conversation.