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Every year, Triovest, the company that manages the Toronto Star Building at 1 Yonge Street (home of Telsec Business Centres) has a free BBQ for the building’s tenants. Everyone in the building, including all Telsec office space for rent Toronto tenants, were invited to the annual BBQ. This is Triovest’s way of thanking all the tenants of the building. This Thursday, June 13 BBQ was not just a chance for a free lunch, but a chance for office tenants to get to know the building management and the staff who keep everything going. While the meal was complimentary, everyone was encouraged to bring a non-perishable food item to help out local food banks. So a lot of food was consumed, but a great deal of food was also donated. This year they had delicious BBQ pulled pork on a bun, gr...
Ian came up with an idea to ask our followers to send us photos of their favorite office wherever their office is.
while the VoIP virtual office service is being promoted as a virtual office plan, it is truly for any small to medium sized businesses that wants a Toronto virtual office or ones that want physical Toronto office space.
When clients sign up for Telsec's VoIP service, they will be assigned a Mitel 5330eIP phone which is a full-feature, applications telephone that features a large graphics display with embedded gigabit support.
As we mentioned in our previous blog Technological Advances in VoIP, VoIP is evolving, and as it does your company has to consider when you are ready for VoIP and when will it suit your organizational needs. Voice over Internet Protocol communication is maturing. Just as high-speed Internet becomes cheap and ubiquitous, an increasing number of businesses are ditching conventional landlines and jumping to VoIP. Before you make that jump, you also need to make sure that you are 100% ready. The concept of VoIP sounds almost magical and the hype makes it sound more flexible, more full-featured, and best of all, significantly cheaper than placing your calls through traditional telephone service providers on existing equipment. You have to ask yourself if is VoIP really all it’s cracked up...
So what exactly is good or exceptional customer service? There is no one magic solution for providing good customer service but there are some things you can do to that will better your customers experience.
As we have been talking about customer service, we wanted to share a question from one of our Toronto office space tenants who asked our blogger "Why do people say 'The customer is always right'? When sometimes the customer is actually wrong?", to which our blogger said that he will investigate and write about it.