Product Quick Facts
Since its launch in 2003, Skype has been a staple of online communication. It was one of the first notable VoIP companies that allowed users to place and receive calls from its other accounts for free. It built a reputation for stability, connecting businesses and families everywhere in the world. Microsoft eventually acquired the successful technology company, adding even more resources for the growing user base. Now a division of Microsoft, it’s clear to see why so many companies are using Skype for business. As the company grows, the technology continues to adapt.
Now, business users add Skype services as a foundation of their worldwide communication strategy. They use the services to make calls, take voice messages and host group video conferences with mobile and land-line clients all over the globe. Though the technology has continued to improve over the years, Skype Manager is still the all-in-one way to control a group of accounts. Businesses with multiple users access it to manage each employee Skype account in one place. The Skype Manager dashboard allows managers to allocate credits to each account as needed. There is a reason so many companies use Skype for business. It ranks among the most trusted VoIP service providers in the world.
By adding a Skype button to the company website, customers can speak with live sales representatives with the click of a button. Using the mobile application, staff can answer the call even when they step out of the office. These convenient, reliable services maintain global communication structures for businesses of all sizes.
(Last updated on 04/22/2020 by Jonathan Ward)