- Does your office look a little shabby and could use a makeover.
- Is your company in Western New York?
If you answered ‘Yes’ to both of those questions, head over to WBEN.com to enter the $100K Office Makeover Challenge.
What You Can Win
Play a quick game arranging the participating companies logos and if you’re the one that gets the right pre-determined order, you can win $100,000 worth of office equipment and services.
As one of the sponsors, VoIP Supply will gladly help you redo your telephone system.
And if no one picks the winning list, don’t worry, there are other prize packages and some good deals going on right now for the contestants from all the sponsors.
So head on over …
For the 10th straight year VoIP Supply has been named to the list of Western New York’s Top Private Companies for 2014 by Buffalo Business First newspaper.
The top spots on this years list are occupied by local juggernauts Rich Products and Delaware North, two companies that are also on the Forbes list of America’s Largest Private Companies.
How VoIP Supply Started
In 2002 Ben Sayers founded VoIP Supply which was, at the time, one of the first online retailers dedicated to VoIP hardware and network devices.
Since then the company has grown to over 30 passionate employees who are all focused on the goal of solving problems and creating solutions with VoIP.
Building on his two decades worth of telecom experience, Ben recently …
They’re here, they’re clear, get used to being able to hear.
The new Plantronics EncorePro HW500 Series of customer service headsets are now available at VoIP Supply.
This latest generation of EncorePro headsets takes what made some of Plantronics’ other models so popular offers modern upgrades that make them more enjoyable and reliable for all day use in call centers and offices.
These are design upgrades that you can feel and hear, as explained in this video:
OSHA Noise at Work – Protect Your Hearing
If you spend the entire day struggling to hear the person that you’re on the phone you’re going to get fatigued, you’ll probably try turning up the volume which could damage your hearing, and you’ll be less productive if you’re …