Halloo’s business phone system is more than just a simple way to handle incoming and outgoing calls. Your Halloo account also includes contact management. Plus, since Halloo is a cloud based system, your account contacts, notes, etc., are available across multiple devices simply by logging into your my.halloo.com account. Continue reading
In the telecommunications industry, a DID number is a direct inward dial number. DID allows you to add extra toll free or local numbers to your account. These additional numbers can then be attached to specific user extensions. Callers who have this direct number can bypass the auto attendant, allowing them to directly reach the person assigned to that extension. Continue reading
Did you know that if your company has an 800 phone line, you could have a competitive advantage? With a toll free phone line for your business, you will consistently capture the phone number of your inbound callers. It’s much more difficult for callers to hide where the call is originating when they call your toll free number. This is largely due to the accounting system associated with toll free phone lines. Since the company, or receiver of the call, is paying for the incoming call, the point of origin has to be known in order to bill appropriately. Continue reading
Wedged between the Rio Grande and the Sandia Mountains, Albuquerque offers a supportive environment for entrepreneurs and lots of fun outdoor activities when the work is done.
The city of roughly half a million people in Central New Mexico is surrounded by skiing, snowboarding and three World Heritage sites showcasing the state’s ancestral pueblo culture. Continue reading
For any business, it’s important to be easy to reach. Having a click-to-call hyperlink with your company’s phone number on your website can help grow your business! Continue reading
Distributed workforces are the way of the future for many businesses. But what does that mean? Simply that your company’s team is not all in the same physical location. Increasingly, employees work from a variety of locations like coffee shops and libraries. Many companies today strategically choose freelance and contract employees who work remotely, and the percentage of such workers is increasing. According to the GlobalWorkplaceAnalytics.com statistics, 20-25% of the U.S. workforce teleworks, at least partially. There are many reasons that businesses are making this choice. Continue reading