Intelligent Call Solutions

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Save money and increase profitability by re-routing your incoming calls to any destination so that your customers can always get through.

Green Minute Calls

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Catering for ever-demanding environmental, CSR and suppliers policies whilst maintaining our low prices.

Conference Calls

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Our cost effective call conferencing service is a simple way to support the ‘Drive 5 miles less a week’ campaign from

Broadband Services

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Turn your office 'green' with an offsite hosted server. All the capabilities of an on-site server but no maintenance or electricity costs.

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We don't expect our customers to pay more for 'green' communications. We take great pride in our Price Promise.

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Establishing an Environmental Policy

Green PolicyCompanies often start a green quest by buying recycled paper and having a vague plan to recycle. Someone in the office is nominated to “make it happen” and everyone else carries on as before. The job can be overwhelming and initial enthusiasm soon peters out. In actual fact while any environmental efforts are laudable and it is best to start small and think big, one of the easiest ways to commit to a green office is to establish an environmental policy and take plenty of time to get it right.

Research has shown that employees would do more at work (and therefore save businesses money) if there was a clear environmental policy in place. A survey by Envirowise found that one third of office workers took no action whatsoever to reduce the resources they use during the working day. The survey of 1,800 office workers found that even people committed to cutting waste at home lapsed into bad habits at work. This seems to be a symptom of our pressurised workplace where there is often too little time or encouragement for people to make the effort. Survey respondents agreed that clearer environmental policies and greater access to eco-friendly options such as recycling would help them do more at work.

The ideal way to get your company green is to have five distinct steps. Commitment, co-ordination, action, auditing, and monitoring are vital. Follow these steps and you will establish an environmental policy that is clear, well planned and will actually save money. The policy should be explained to staff, customers and suppliers. Please contact Dial Green for further information.