At Best Reception we are so confident that we can benefit businesses of all shapes and sizes that we now offer every new customer a free, two week, no obligation trial! This gives us a chance to demonstrate the many ways in which our tailor-made services can be of assistance to each and every business, and also gives the chance for new clients to see the benefits first-hand.
Our free trial is offered to all new customers with no obligation, and once the free trial begins many customers are surprised to see that we are so much more than just an answering service as our virtual receptionist can cover a whole range of requirements, for example;
? Booking appointments (& rescheduling/cancelling them)
? Providing company information to callers
? Taking payments
? Order processing
? Helpline services
? Switchboard services
? And a huge range more in order to provide a fully 3 dimensional service to businesses of all types, whatever the requirement.
Were also very proud of the fact that, after their trial has ended, most new customers comment on how their clients have no idea we are an external company!
A free trial not only enables your own team of virtual receptionists to get to know your company, it also allows us to see an accurate guide of your call volume. We can then use this to calculate and suggest the most appropriate call plan for your business, based on the actual amount of calls you receive, to ensure that you are getting the best possible value for your money. Whats more, if your call volume changes in the future (as your business grows perhaps), our flexible service allows you to change the call plan you are on.
Offering a free trial to all new clients has proven to be an immensely successful means of demonstrating how our business can benefit our new clients, and the vast majority of the people who use the trial go on to use us as their outsourced reception service on a permanent basis.
So why not set up a free trial with Best Reception today and find out how our service can benefit you? Its completely free and without obligation, so what have you got to lose?