Posts in Category: industry

3 Tips To Sell Communication Services To Medical Practices

When creating a new product or launching a new service, the first question you ask yourself is whether it will be successful and you will be able to sell it. Marketing theory says that you start with the user’s needs and then build products/services to meet them. In reality, after the launch it doesn’t work like that anymore. You already have your solution and want to find a way to match it on potential customers’ needs. As soon as you can sense any opportunity there, you can start building your approach.

In this first article of the series, we will start with medical practices. Imagine a medical partnership with a couple of practitioners and a couple of nurses in a small office, a receptionist, and a legacy telephony system.

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To Boldly Go Where No Wi-Fi Has Gone Before

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Here at 4PSA we’re obsessed with making communication not just accessible and affordable, but also simple and even profitable for our customers. We work tirelessly to connect the dots for service providers, but we also take pleasure in tracking the advent of wireless technology in places where it’s considered a rare commodity.

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Apple Watch Makes Its Triumphant Debut

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During a special showcase months in the making Apple today finally unveiled what promises to be best smartwatch introduced to the market. Besides the wearable, CEO Tim Cook also lifted the cloth off a stunning new MacBook, and ResearchKit – a way for everyone to contribute to treating common diseases.

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What’s Most Important in Sales?

It started with a tweet…

Most people try to sell to anyone with a pulse. Big mistake. Selling to no-targets costs a lot & is usually non-repetitive. Focus!

This made me think of something all companies, big or small, older or younger face every day. The combination of finding the right customers and creating replicable selling scenarios makes all the difference.

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Free Calls Using 3G and WiFi on Android with VoipNow

SipDroid is an open source SIP client that allows you to make calls via SIP/VOIP on an Android device. SipDroid can be found in the Android Market or alternatively you can download it here.

Once installed and properly configured, you’ll be able to make or receive calls over WiFi, 3G or EDGE connections. SipDroid allows you to choose the network from WiFi, 3G or EDGE. If you want to make VoIP calls over 3G, check whether there is no contractual limitation and make sure that your mobile phone carrier does not block connection to port 5060.

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