Planning an office move, in and around London, and need to transfer your business phone system? Mint Network can help.
An office move is a major upheaval for businesses. Many assume, sometimes wrongly, that because the new office is in a better area, it will have a better local technology infrastructure.
Some of the most stress-free office moves engage with us six weeks or more before moving. However, we have an agile team and can often deliver solutions in two to three weeks but this allows less available time if we run into bottlenecks or delays.
So, when thinking about relocating your business or office phone system in or near London, Mint Network can help but remember to leave time for planning.
Mint Network will advise if the infrastructure and wiring are up to standard and if not, what’s required to get you there.
Sometimes, this requires thorough testing or complete rewiring to make sure it’s working as it should. We can advise on comms cabinet location and also the state of the Internet in the area.
We can help you install CAT5 or CAT6 cabling, CCTV and WiFi, whether from scratch or built upon the existing network already in place.
Our objective is to ensure you have sufficient connection points for your new office plan. We are then able to connect the hardware ready for use.
Not being able to take your telephone number to your new office location is now a thing of the past. VoIP telephone system technology enables you to take your number wherever you go.
We even have clients who have set up call centre offices in India and calling out as if they are based in the UK.
The answer is clear, yes. Although, with modern VoIP telephone systems, you have more control.
For example, if you want to divert a number, whether on an ad hoc basis or more permanently, you can do it at a click of the button. You don’t need to wait for BT OpenReach to do this, but instead, you can do this instantaneously through VoIP, as and when you need—and without charge.
Which is better?
Our approach is always to lead through consultation to find the best system from the perspective of your business requirements and then apply the different technologies to address your business needs.
That said, let’s have a look at the differences between two systems:
Advantages of a Cloud-Based VoIP Telephone System
Advantages of Premise-Based VoIP Telephone System
Like any important technology decision, there are pros and cons. If you are struggling in deciding on an on-premise, cloud or hybrid between the two, Mint Network can provide clarity with a free consultancy call.