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ATS Sales Manager Leads Webinar on Finding Solutions for Clients

July 13th, 2012 by admin

Business Continuity is one of the most overlooked aspects of business planning – until it's too late. Businesses go to great lengths to back up their data, co-locate their servers, and otherwise protect the vital parts of doing business, but forget that their PBX is a large part of what connects them with their customers. An interruption in phone service means your potential customers, existing customers, and affiliates can't reach you and may become worried about your reliability. Your PBX going down for even a short period of time can cost your business thousands of dollars in missed opportunities and damaged reputation. That's why ATS Communications offers automated PBX failover to a fully-hosted virtual phone system. CloudPBX Disaster Prevention Plan is an automated PBX failover service offered by ATS in cooperation with FreedomVoice. Using a hosted virtual office phone system, ATS can provide you with the security that, should your PBX go down, you can continue to receive calls at alternate emergency numbers (e.g. cell phones) until your PBX is again available. This system is configured to mimic your existing PBX and make the entire process transparent to your callers. On June 21, 2012, Sanford Gladding, Sales Manager at ATS Communications, led a webinar for members of TAG National about a particular experience with CloudPBX Disaster Prevention Plan and how this solution saved the day for his customer. By sharing this experience with others, Gladding shows his commitment to making business better for all clients, present and future. Learn more about the CloudPBX Disaster Prevention Plan »

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