Choosing Mitel for Our Customers

When things change in your world you can either let it knock you around or figure out where you want to stand. With the recent changes with Toshiba and Mitel we had such an opportunity. We care for the people we work with so much so that instead of blindly changing providers and manufactures we took the time to actually consult with our customers to make sure the decisions we made would continue to work for the long haul. After all, one of our core principles at Dominion Voice & Data is exceptional customer service – meaning we focus on your needs.

Our decision to move to Mitel was one we took under deep counsel after weighing heavily the pros and cons. We are excited to be launching Mitel especially considering they are the largest Cloud install base in the world and have the capacity to handle even the largest clients as well as our international clients, yet agile enough to handle the small to medium size businesses that are truly at our core.

We will now be able to provide our customers with high quality unified communication, business phone, VoIP, contact center, & cloud solutions. Want to learn more? Take a look at our Mitel Solutions page and feel free to reach out to us with any questions.

Helping Businesses Reduce Overhead and Boost Productivity

Today we announced that we are helping businesses reduce their office expenses and increase productivity by capitalizing on the growing trend of remote workers. As the modern workplace continues to be redefined, we plan to take a proactive approach in educating businesses on the benefits of a remote workforce, as well as the technology to make this transition.

With new technologies making it easier than ever before to work productively from any location, at any time, the number of remote workers has dramatically increased. While some managers are hesitant to embrace this new modern style of workplace, these numbers show no sign of slowing down, especially with the increased presence of millennials in the workplace. However, while millennials are often thought of as the primary generation forcing this workplace shift, studies have shown that that’s not entirely the case.

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