Now’s the time to upgrade the tech in your business

Spring is well underway and it’s almost time for summer. No matter where you are in the country, you’re looking forward to a summer full of fun, excitement, and friends. You may be thinking, perhaps for the first time in years, that your business will be a happy gathering place for lots and lots of people. Are you ready for it? Every business has practiced “deferred maintenance” over the last two years, right? You’ve put off unnecessary expenses just to keep payroll going. That may mean that you’re not ready for the influx of people you’re hoping to attract. Let’s talk about a couple of simple upgrades that will help the customer experience.

#1 upgrade: better cell service

Think about it. Do you like going into stores and restaurants where there’s bad cell service? It makes you fidgety to think you’re missing important messages and calls, right? Of course it does. Even if you’re there to spend time with friends, staying connected with the online world is still critically important.

Don’t make your customers unhappy. Give them a way to connect! Free Wi-Fi is soooooo 2010. That’s not what people want today. They just want good cell service, and you can give it to them. A business-class cell phone signal booster like weBoost’s Office 200 may seem like a lot of money to spend, but it’s an investment you won’t regret. It will blanket your medium-sized space with great cell service for everyone. It will keep people in your business for a lot longer and keep them happy.

You might also consider: satellite TV

Satellite TV has a proven track record. When people are in your space, they stay longer when they’re watching TV. If they’re in your waiting room, they stay quieter and let more time go by without complaining. Satellite TV has been a winner for businesses for decades and that hasn’t changed.

If you already have satellite TV in your business, are you making the most of it? There are new packages that could give you more channels than you have now, all for the same price. You can also add more receivers for a very low price.

There are finally some new options for commercial customers which will make things more reliable for you and solve some longstanding issues. Your Signal Connect representative can explain it all.

Think about the other things you might need

When was the last time you looked at your business’s internet? Are you still plodding by with slow internet from the cable company? There are better options. You can replace your landline phone with a simple internet service and save a ton, too. There are even ways to make sure that you’re completely covered in case of a local internet outage. These may be rare, but they always happen at the wrong time.

No matter what you need to bring it up to spec technically, you’ll find that you have “a friend in the business.” Call the experts at Signal Connect. We’re your one-stop solution for everything you need to upgrade the tech in your business. We’ve helped hundreds of customers like you and we stand behind the service we provide!

When you call 888-233-7563 during East Coast business hours, you’ll get an expert in our corporate offices in Michigan. We’ll help you figure out what you need and how to make it happen. We can recommend installation professionals in your area and make sure you’re getting the best deal possible!

Signal Connect is here for you! When you start a relationship with us, you’ll start talking to an expert who will give you their phone number and direct e-mail. This isn’t an overseas call center operation. This is a group of dedicated professionals who are here for you. Give us a try! You’ll be glad you did.

Call 888-233-7563 now. If it’s after East Coast business hours, fill out the form below and we’ll get back to you, usually within one business day.

About the Author

Stuart Sweet
Stuart Sweet is the editor-in-chief of The Solid Signal Blog and a "master plumber" at Signal Group, LLC. He is the author of over 8,000 articles and longform tutorials including many posted here. Reach him by clicking on "Contact the Editor" at the bottom of this page.