Let’s begin on the impractical side of things and look at the most common gadgets users carry around in their pockets. Chief among them is the Android smartphone platform, followed by Apple’s iPhone platforms. The 4 major operating systems are Android, iOS, Windows Phone, and Blackberry. Let’s take a quick peek at some of the most common gadgets sent out from these platforms.
Why do you need a mobile phone?
Gone are the days when you had to be in a perpetual state of readiness, waiting for a stranger to give you a lift. The country has become more well-developed, the industrial sector has rebounded, and with smartphones in hand, you can enjoy a great multimedia experience, coupled with social interactions. There are many apps available for all the operating systems, so the opportunities are endless.
When you receive a call, what do you do?
Do you have a Blackberry, a smartphone, or a Windows Phone? Your mobile companies should have a contact management app for your phone. This will enable you to execute whichever tasks for your customers.
What can you do with it?
The most common thing about mobile contact management apps is the capacity to locate a customer’s information/phone number, and look them up in your central hub of ODBC databases. You should be able to pull up details of the Caller ID for the current time, the company name, the phone number, and the SMS text of the calling person. Apart from this, you should be able to extract messages, upload files, create and send SMS messages and much more.
Is it worth it?
There are so many advantages of contact management apps for both the shop and your customers.
· Apart from the time spent on keeping a register, using these apps also reduces the chances of fraud.
· Because you have a central hub for customer management and thus, keeping their information in a unified place, you are less likely to lose their details in a file.
· This is the age of digital clocks, do you want to lose your records of the time you spent with a customer even for a minute? Or would you rather wish to know if your employee logs into the client’s account at the right time?
· There are also app options that allow you to take a photo of the customer’s mobile.
· All the contact details and also the photo(s) can be saved on a disc.
· Not a very distinct facial feature, but a photo of that persons face can do the trick.
· Another trick that you can do with the photo is to insert text.
· Not quite creepish but still a clever trick to keep the pesky phone off your nerves.
So there you have it, the 3 inevitable reasons I will never go back to my office again. The hotel staff has clearly not thought this through.