Leading Australian network service provider Netmode is encouraging businesses to check the quality of the internet service available when choosing a new location to avoid being constrained by poor internet speeds as they transition into a digital age.
Checking internet speeds before signing a contract or lease is now critical for businesses across all industries, as fast access, constant connectivity, and multi-channel interactions have become essential for innovation and growth.
Netmode Director David Stevens said many businesses were operating with slow internet speeds, which was costing them in many ways; from lost productivity and frustrated employees through to unsuitable customer service.
He says an important question a business owner should ask before choosing a new location is about internet speed and connectivity, as this will have a huge impact on a business’ success into the future.
“Most businesses are on the road to digital transformation and it’s our role to support our business customers on this journey by ensuring their technology systems and infrastructure are compatible with a digital-first future.
“It should be a top priority for every business to adopt and implement new communications technologies suitable to their operations, but knowing what that is and having the communications network to support it, is the key to success.”
Staying up to speed with new business-critical technologies requires a robust communications network to support the systems, database, storage array and the applications being used.
A network’s speed and performance is a vital factor, with businesses only able to progress and perform as quickly as their internet speed allows.
Netmode is helping businesses get off to a good start with thorough connectivity checks of a building and its location prior to the signing of a purchase contract or lease.
A full diagnosis on the property is conducted by expert technicians, providing details on the technology infrastructure in place and the levels of internet connectivity available in the office, building and overall location.
Helping business customers avoid being disadvantaged by slow internet is one of many bespoke services the ACMA licensed Telco Carrier can offer via the independent core network and infrastructure it owns, as opposed to third party dealers or resellers.
Netmode specialises in Internet, data, voice, co-location, cloud technologies for business, tailoring services to meet specific communications and budgetary requirements with cost-effective solutions “outside the box”.
Mr Stevens said the company was pioneering a new way of delivering reliable, high-speed internet to business customers around Australia, enabling the use of advanced technologies and supporting growth.
“As a licensed carrier with expertise in the business sector, Netmode is in a position to deliver a new era of outcomes for businesses,” he said.
“Our team of expert technicians supports our business customers every step of the way, from helping select a business premises with good comms connectivity, through to adapting to new technologies.
“Technological advancements can be very overwhelming for business leaders, but we remove the confusion and deliver solutions specific to a business and its operations.”
Netmode prides itself on its personalised service, with an Australian-based support team available to help 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Backed by an independent Enterprise Grade Core Network and working with a broad range of technologies available ranging from Fibre to Microwave and everything in between, Netmode is able to provide a service which delivers the performance a business needs today and into the future.
Retrieved from TechInvest 25 Febuary 2019