|Abadata Helps SMBs Reduce Overhead and Boost Productivity With Remote Workers|
|Leader in Unified Communications Educates Business Owners on New Workplace|
Michigan – July 31, 2017 - Abadata, a leader in unified communications, announced today that the company is helping small to mid-sized businesses (SMBs) reduce their office expenses and increase productivity by capitalizing on the growing trend of remote workers. It’s no secret that millennials have made a major impact redefining the modern workplace and remote workspaces have become more commonplace than ever before. Abadata has taken a proactive role in educating business on the benefits of a remote workforce as well as providing the technology to make this transition.
For any organization that wishes to remain at the forefront of their industry, this new paradigm cannot be ignored any longer. However, the most innovative C-Level Executives are finding ways to utilize a remote workforce to increase productivity, raise employee happiness and create more profitable organizations.
Business owners that embrace remote working are noticing an increase in productivity from their off-site employees. According to Inc. Magazine, “remote workers are almost twice as likely to work beyond 40 hours per week”. The technology that Abadata provides enables managers and employees to collaborate through video conferencing, access all of their company’s data, programs, etc. in a cloud workspace environment, and leverage a cloud based phone provided to the employee in their home. Businesses can significantly downsize their physical office and reap the rewards of reduce costs.
The benefits to the remote worker are obvious. Employees can spend more time with their loved ones, instead of wasting several hours every day stuck in stress-inducing, gridlocked traffic. Flexibility is another obvious benefit and while remote working is still largely considered to be a perk, managers are awarding their proven staff members with it.
“The happier our employees are, the happier our customers end up,” stated Dave Wineman, President of Abadata. “Many business owners are afraid of declining productivity if they embrace a remote workforce; however, we’ve experienced quite the opposite. There’s been a much higher focus on delivering results, instead of aimless chatter around the water cooler. There are specific technological tools that greatly contribute to the success of a remote workforce.”