Should You Be Your Own Receptionist? [Flowchart]
Should You Be Your Own Receptionist? [Flowchart]

Should You Be Your Own Receptionist? [Flowchart]

Last updated: August 7, 2020

Are you taking on the role of business owner, manager and/or receptionist?

As business owners, often times, we try to juggle too many things on our plate. We want our business to grow, we want to be there for our team, we want to create a great experience for our clients, but we get tied up in the million and one things we have to do on a day-to-day basis.

Companies invest a heavy amount of resources in advertising and generating leads, but they miss calls or let calls go to voicemail.

For the busy professional who is always on the go, in meetings, out on jobs or on vacation, it can be easy to miss calls.

That warrants the question: Should you be answering your own phones?

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No matter what situation that you are in, what your schedule looks like, or where you are located … Abby Connect offers the most effective small business solution to increase your company’s productivity. Never miss a call again and heighten the customer experience for your callers.

Written by

Marlene Cosain

Marlene Cosain

Marlene started with Abby Connect 7 years ago as a receptionist and was won over by the culture and care the company has for its employees. The minute she took her first phone call, she fell in love with helping people. Since then, Marlene has been a pivotal piece of growing Abby Connect – having been a long-time leader in hiring, training, developing, and managing the receptionist floor. Outside of work, Marlene and her husband also run an online retail business. Marlene’s personal mission as a certified Life Coach and as an Abby Way Co-Director is to inspire, empower and educate others in the Abby Way.

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