Movers USA CEO, Gil Ben Shoushan, describes how important it is to "truly listen to the customer first." He adds that his staff "understands that we are not only moving furniture, but we're moving family and people's lives."
In GTB's customer video, MCVET Executive Director, Jeffrey Kendrick, shares the mission of his non-profit and explains how, in the last 24 years, it has served almost 10,000 vets from all over the U.S. What he also says is how GTB has been helping him serve these vets. Specifically, Mr. Kendrick says that "Communication affects my day to day work in that I have to be available 24 hours a day seven days a week."
Each industry has a unique set of needs, which requires a customized solution. In this profile, GTB addresses the Retail industry’s primary needs and provides recommendations about how to best meet these needs.
The Retail industry includes companies that provide a product or entertainment service, such as restaurants/hospitality, grocery stores, climbing centers/gyms, and any company that resells manufactured products.
Each industry has a unique set of needs, which requires a customized solution. In this blog, GTB addresses the Healthcare and Education industries’ primary needs and provides recommendations about how to best meet these needs.
The Healthcare and Education industries represent organizations that provide people-centric services, such as eldercare facilities, medical and dental offices, schools and faith-based organizations.
Each industry has a unique set of needs, which requires a customized solution. In this blog, GTB addresses the Professional Services Industry’s primary needs and provides recommendations about how to best meet these needs.
The Professional Services industry includes organizations that have a primary focus on service, such as law offices, financial institutions, business associations, real estate and non-profits.
Each industry has a unique set of needs, which requires a customized solution. Over the next few months, GTB will address each primary industry and provide a recommendation about how their needs can be best served.
This month, we cover the Manufacturing Industry, which includes automotive and printing, and any company that utilizes a warehouse, customer-facing area and services department.
Before you select your next office business phone system, it is important to educate your self about hosted PBX and the features that will best serve you. There are new ways to deliver voice calls to and from your office and the services provide many new features to enhance your company productivity.
Common reasons to need a new phone system
- Your business is growing and you need to hire more people.
- You are relocating your business as a result of a change in size of your company.
- You want to see if you can save money by moving over to a hosted PBX system.
- Your current phone system is outdated and you need more features to support your communications.
- Your current system is broken.
As a small business, do you select a hosted or traditional phone system? With limited resources, it’s important you have the information you need to make a strategic decision for your company.
This article provides a simple side-by-side cost comparison of both hosted PBX phones and traditional phone systems, as well as, a comparison of the benefits and limitations for each, so your search can be easy.
All businesses need a phone system, but with so many choices, it’s hard to know which one is best for you. –And if you’re a small or mid-sized business, you likely don’t have a designated person with ample time to take care of everything that goes into it; to include equipment options, and types of service and providers. GTB provides this guide to help make the process easy for you.
Steps to take as a small or mid-sized business
To get started, follow these seven basic steps.