Real Estate firm finds that best location for business phone system is in the cloud.
Chris Coard, Manager of Buyers Capital, a full service real estate company located in Stamford, Connecticut, knows the value of location, which is why he selected RingCentral Office. With five offices and 41 agents throughout Connecticut, Buyers Capital Stamford uses RingCentral Office hosted phone system to efficiently connect its customers with team members who are distributed across the state.
“Our team is not only dispersed geographically through 5 offices, but also constantly on the go, meeting the needs of our customers. We needed a business phone system to connect our offices and agents and help us stay in constant touch with our customers no matter where team members may be at any given moment,” said Coard.
“When we first learned of RingCentral Office, the decision to sign up was an easy one,” said Coard. “The self-service sign-up process, itself, was so easy that we began using the phone system the same day we signed up. Our company didn’t realize how much RingCentral’s complete, cloud-based business phone system would improve our communication capabilities.”
“In less than two months of using the service, we saw more than a 50 percent savings and an increased ability to efficiently connect our agents with customers and communicate with our offices throughout the state,” says Coard. “In our business, communication is essential. RingCentral Office has improved our communications with sophisticated features such as real time call routing, multiple extensions, and call management—all while reducing overall costs.”
The company saved 50% within the first two months of using RingCentral.
Simple sign up and provisioning provided instant productivity gains.
Big business features keep geographically dispersed team members connected.
“The self-service sign-up process, itself, was so easy that we began using the phone system the same day we signed up.”
“In less than two months of using the service, we saw more than a 50 percent savings...”