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Helping Small Businesses "Look Large"

 

SB Informer
Friday, November 9, 2007; 02:51 AM

Bill Grodnik, CEO, Davinci Virtual, explains what he does this way:  "By taking care of a small businesses communications and administrative needs we allow them to focus on building their business," he says. "We also provide them with the presence of a much bigger organization. This ability to 'look large' helps small businesses stand out from their competition and impress customers and associates alike."

More tips are below:

Don’t “Act Small”

Think big and act big. Go after major clients. Virtual office providers can help with administrative tasks like taking orders and scheduling so you can concentrate on developing and growing your business, even if the company is just one person who works out of their garage. Customer inquiries, scheduling, unified messaging, an address for deliveries even  “virtual office suites”  that can be used for meetings can all be provided for a nominal fee to allow small businesses to have a “large image”.

Consider “The Suite Life”

Many small business owners don’t have impressive conference rooms. At least yet. But meeting with new business contacts, potential investors or customers at the local coffee shop is not the ideal situation.  Companies like Davinci offer modern, professional conference rooms in more than 600 locations nationwide, allowing businesses to put their best foot forward. Small businesses also benefit from having a prestigious corporate address and may have their company name listed on the building directory. And having a virtual address means no more missed deliveries or time wasted waiting around for late packages.

A“Virtual Receptionist” Reassures

In business, as in life, first impressions count. But many small businesses can’t afford a full time receptionist.  Having a business phone answered by a live virtual receptionist is reassuringly professional to customers and clients.  In addition, the receptionist can answer questions and describe products or services to callers, schedule appointments, provide call screening & forwarding and much more.

Making The Most Of Life On The Road

Small business owners spend a lot of time on the road, in meetings, or are otherwise engaged in the business of actually doing business. A fully customized communications platform addresses incoming calls with a personalized greeting, announces the calls, and redirects them to wherever you are.  A single toll-free telephone number accepts calls and faxes to keep everything simple, both for the client and their customers and contacts. Call screening is provided as well. This “unified messaging” ensures that small business owners get their communications anywhere through their “smart phone”, which allows them to retrieve emails, faxes, or voicemails. 

Final Thoughts

It is critical that small business owners find ways to increase their productivity and differentiate themselves from their competition. Given the right resources, businesses can focus on growth rather than administrative tasks.  Companies like our ensure that businesses, no matter what their size, look professional, sophisticated and important. In the competitive world of business, image and first impressions can make or break deals.  Business owners can run their business while someone like us will run their office. 

Clients are free to customize their Virtual Office as desired and prices vary depending on the number of features they require. A number of packages are also available, with prices beginning at $59 per month for the Davinci Virtual Office Attendant Package. More information is available here: http://www.davincivirtual.com/


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