nexVortex BLOG

Saying Goodbye to 2018

Patti Dean

Looking forward to business advancements in 2019.

We’re in the communications business because we want to see businesses succeed and make the most of their time. Our blog is one of the ways we help.

In 2018, we talked about how to make your business stronger with employee engagement, cybersecurity, customer service, and rising technologies. We can’t wait to see what 2019 brings, but while we’re exploring all the ways to help you advance your business, why not look at some of what we shared in 2018?

Business betterment

4 Benefits of Employee Engagement

Great Businesses Know their “Why.” What is Yours?

Employee Engagement Can Make or Break a Business.

Six Ways to Protect Your Business from Cyberattacks

Don’t Neglect Business Process Management

A Mindful Guide to a Scalable Business

The Importance of Being Diligent About Cybersecurity

2018 Trends to Watch

6 Tips to Creating a More Positive Work Culture

Disaster Recovery for Business Owners

Social Media for Business: Are You Ready for 2018?

It’s Important to Build a Brand: “I Promise”

Customer Service

If You Want Customers to Take the Next Step, You Have to Build Trust

Do Value Added Services Really Work?

Value-Added 101 Some Things to Consider

Customer Experience is Directly Related to Employee Engagement

Customer Experience Matters. Here’s How to Make it Memorable.

Keep Your Customers Coming Back

In Business Relationships, as in All Others – Trust is Earned

Business technology

Many SIP Providers Want Your Business – Make The Right Choice

Understanding Hosted Voice and Why it Might be Right for You

Making the Switch to Hosted Voice for Your Business

How Fast is Cloud Communications Growing?

Managed Hosted Voice Sometimes You Just Know It

Cloud Communication Services Make Sense for Small Business


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