Business communications often fail to keep pace with the demand for real-time communications to address several critical business needs. Unified Communications can offer new flexibility and manageability across multimodal applications to deliver better levels of connectivity between distributed workforce. Frank Johnson explains the concept of Unified Communications and the associated benefits.
The business leaders today have to respond speedily to changing technological environment, to meet customer demands and improve profitability. Business communication has become complex and despite investments in technology such as instant messaging and mobile devices, organizations may face difficulties contacting key decision makers in a timely manner. To maintain a competitive edge, business organizations have to respond more quickly to their employees as also their customers and must get rid of barriers to communication.
Consequences of Delayed Communications: Internal decision delays and High business costs
The need to respond in a timely manner to crucial business demands crosses all industries and delays can result in serious financial consequences. The nature of critical delivery schedule for the products varies in different industries but for most businesses a major delay in product or service delivery can end up in costing the company revenue by missing market commitments or causing delays in meeting customers