Unified communications can lead to heightened productivity, with 75% of users reporting higher productivity levels.
According to IDG
67% of companies were able to increase mobile worker productivity by implementing unified communications.
Reported by Inc. Magazine
50% of employee turnover is reduced when there is an effective communication system in place.
According to Clear Company
86% of business owners see workplace issues to be a direct result of not having adequate communication tools.
Reported by Salesforce
97% of employees reported that UC tools saw improved collaboration because of the tool.
According to IDG
You can easily connect your internal messaging, phone system, and business text messaging to create a more connected communication solution.
For example, if your team lives in Slack for your internal communication, you should be able to connect your external communication tools to this platform. With Yodel, it is simple to unify your communications within the platform you already love. Yodel calls will appear in a designated Slack Channel, which you can conveniently access as a call log. Calls can be routed to other Slack Channels you may already be using, such as “Sales” for calls relevant to your sales team. Text messages can be easily sent from your business phone number through Slack as well. This allows your entire team to be on the same page when it comes to both internal and external communications.
There are many other ways to unify communications with Yodel. Take advantage of the right integrations and platforms for your team, and connect your business phone system today.
Unified communications should be a priority for businesses, as there are many statistics that directly support the implementation of UC. If you are looking to adopt UC, then look to Yodel as your intelligent business phone solution.
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