Smaller firms increasingly drawn to remote working

A recent survey revealed that two out of three small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are now making use of remote working to bolster their business prospects.

The new research found that many firms of this size were seeing the advantage of moving away from more traditional models of working and giving their employees the option of working outside the office environment.

There are a number of reasons for the recent trend, perhaps most notably that SMEs have recognised that a more flexible approach to working can bolster staff morale, increase productivity and save money which can then be reinvested back into the business.

In fact, smaller firms are often ahead of their larger competitors in embracing new innovations.

Some SMEs are now at the stage of no longer having to maintaining a physical office which can mean a considerable reduction in overheads.

In the same survey, 70 per cent of respondents reported savings from abandoning their traditional landline in favour of new technology.

Firms which are looking to make this transition for themselves should consider App2Chat. 

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