The Intelligent Office team is thrilled to be unveiling our new website, and we hope you’ll take the time to look around and find out more about what Intelligent Office is offering for businesses, entrepreneurs, independent contractors and professionals of all types.
The new site highlights our ongoing commitment to providing value added services and resources that allow our customers to be successful. We want to make sure we are going beyond office and meeting space and answering the call for flexibility, mobility, and success in new ways. Essentially, we allow you to work smarter by providing comprehensive staffing and office solutions that are yours when you want them and the new site reflects that.
One of the components of the new website that we are particularly excited to unveil is the Intelligent Office blog.
As many of you know, the Intelligent Office team has been conducting research and surveys over the past 2 years, which has given us a unique vantage point on modern business. What we have discovered is that the way we work today is vastly different from how business was conducted even 10 years ago, and these changes are continuing to come at a rapid pace. We will be using this blog to offer regular commentary, insight and tips for modern working. We’ll also keep you up to date on the latest news and developments from the Intelligent Office teams across North America, and to highlight the findings and results of our ongoing research.
Make sure to keep checking back for the latest!
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How a Virtual Receptionist Can Help Your Business
The role of business owners is to grow their businesses. This often involves attending current and potential client meetings, working on plans or actually performing the business work for the day. This doesn’t leave much time for doing paperwork and answering phone calls.
Receptionists can easily handle these tasks, but many small businesses don’t have the time to find, hire and train one. Plus, they may not have the capital to pay for a salary and benefits.
You’re busy. You have your business to run, meetings to attend and deals to close. You don’t have time to constantly answer the phones and perform administrative tasks. This is why a receptionist or personal assistants are so important to your business.