Investing in business technology is often a smart move, but should employee cell phone plans be a part of it? Modern service businesses rely heavily on mobile technology for dispatching, invoicing, and communication, but there’s a difference between buying a few tablets and giving your employees something they take home at the end of the day. If you’re looking to invest in your workforce or change how your employees use technology in the field, this guide is for you.
At one point in time, employee cell phones were a white collar status symbol; these days, large businesses are transitioning away from that model to a ‘BYOD’ model (Bring Your Own Device). Now that cell phones are more affordable and more powerful, they’re cutting those benefits in favor of more relevant ones. For small business owners, however, mobile technology is becoming increasingly affordable. As a service business owner, there’s a lot to consider when determining what technology is right for you. Should you have company owned devices or a bring your own device policy?
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