Business benefits of Circuit by Unify (Part 3)

Posted by PRS Telecom

Thu 01st, Feb

With digital communication being absolutely key to the modern business world, there is a big market for business-focused unified communications platforms, like Circuit by Unify.

With a huge market demand, there is great incentive for PRS Telecom to supply proven platforms like Circuit with the focus firmly on real world business benefits.

With Circuit, PRS Telecom focuses on a feature set that responds to the modern digital business environment, and targets areas of real concern for businesses of all sizes, including data security, employee retention, and reducing waste.

Security as standard

PRS Telecom know that data breaches cost UK businesses tens of billions of pounds each year, not to mention the huge loss of client and consumer confidence caused by mishandled, or even well handled, data breaches.

On top of the costs of the breach itself, the upcoming GDPR, or General Data Protection Regulation, increases the responsibility of businesses for private data, and promises substantial fines for those who fail to properly secure sensitive data.

With these realities, security features, as well as simply knowing where your data is, should be top concerns for any business with data in the digital realm.

Circuit offers enhanced data security in two major ways.

Firstly, Circuit uses industry-standard AES encryption to secure all communications over the platform, meaning that even if there is some sort of data breach, there is a very low probability of any data being accessible.

Secondly, Circuit unifies all communication streams, meaning that the security offered is applied across the board, and secured in Tier 5 data Centre’s - there is no more worry about sensitive data being compromised in half a dozen different places that may or may not have the same security standards.

Empowered flexible working

Employee turnover is a major source of costs and lost efficiency, so taking steps to improve employee morale, reduce stress, and facilitate a healthy work-life balance can directly translate to an improved bottom line.

To that end, Circuit massively improves employees’ ability to work remotely, presenting them with an identical environment with access to the same data, same communication channels, and even the same SIP phone, no matter where they connect from, or which device.

This means that you can be confident that remote working employees will have access to the full range of information and resources they require to be productive, so you can be comfortable giving your employees the flexibility that will improve their happiness.

Reduced waste

Finally Circuit reduces wasted costs, directly impacting your bottom line. The reduction of wasted money is easy to explain: Circuit unifies a wide variety of communication services that most businesses use multiple single-purpose applications to achieve.

Each single-purpose app carries a monthly fee, but PRS Telecom can deliver Circuit for a single fee, comparable to that of single-purpose apps, but for the whole communication suite.

Conclusion

With the Circuit by Unify system PRS Telecom focuses on delivering real, tangible, business benefits that empower your employees and give you peace of mind, while remaining competitively priced.

Find out more about Circuit.

For more information contact Alex Phillips at alex@prstelecom.co.uk or on 07948 237 655

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