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Connexus, part of the MNF Group, has been relaunched to enable small businesses to succeed through technology. Offering business phone, internet and mobile services, Connexus provides an alternative to time-poor SMEs fed up with wading through complicated and jargon-heavy telecommunication products and services.
The aim of Connexus is to help everyday Australian business owners take advantage of business-grade telecommunications products and services so they can improve productivity and operate on the go, without the complexity usually associated with updating communications infrastructure.
“According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, only one in five (SMEs) have a digital business strategy. Even though they are motivated to make the move by increased productivity and time savings, cost and perceived complexity stand in the way of SMEs adopting new technology,” Lee Atkinson, General Manager of Connexus said.
“With Australia’s NBN forcing widespread change, SMBs are having to move off landline phone systems. We want to help customers take advantage of this change whist remaining focused on their core business.”
Financial planning firm Your Wealthy Life recently moved into their first office and set up a business-grade phone system with three lines using the Connexus Cloud Line product.
“It was a relief to be able to get our phone system up and running without any hassle or complicated installation. Using Cloud Line has meant less time worrying about how our customers are going to get in touch with us and more time focusing on how we can help them reach their financial goals,” Megan Hodge, Director of Your Wealthy Life, said.
Eliminating the need for a technical support specialist, Connexus’ cloud-based phone system can actually be set up entirely by the customer in a matter of minutes. Cloud Line also allows the customer to turn their mobile phone into a business line, meaning businesses can stay connected even if they’re not in the office.