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Inverness (01463)

01463 is the area code for the Inverness area
This number type is : Geographic Numbers - Geographic Area Codes and applicable Geographic Area.

Providers of this area code are:

Callagenix 01463
Affiniti Integrated Solutions Ltd 0146354
Andrews & Arnold (Numbers) Ltd 0146351
API Telecom Limited 0146335
Atomstream Limited 0146354
Bicom Systems EURL 0146335
British Sky Broadcasting Limited 0146355, 0146356
Broadcast Telecom Ltd 0146335
BT 0146322, 0146323, 0146324, 0146325, 0146366, 0146370, 0146371, 0146372, 0146373, 0146374, 0146375, 0146376, 0146377, 0146378, 0146379, 0146381, 0146383, 0146386, 0146387, 0146388
Calltracks Limited 0146354
CFL Communications Limited 0146353
Cheers International Sales Limited 0146355
Coms.Com Ltd 0146329
Content Guru Ltd 0146335
Core Telecom Limited 0146354
Danemere Street Creative 0146362
Digitech Solutions Global Limited 0146354
Edge Telecom Limited 0146369
FleXtel Limited 0146360
Fluency Communications Ltd 0146356
Gamma Telecom Holdings Ltd 0146321
Globecom International Limited 0146355
Hello Telecom (UK) PLC 0146326
i-Net Communications Group Plc 0146353
ICC Networks Ltd 0146335
iHub UK Ltd 0146356
In Call Solutions Limited 0146355
Inclarity Communications Ltd 0146361, 0146361, 0146361, 0146361
INET Telecoms Ltd (Voipfone) 0146351
InTechnology Plc 0146320
Internexus Networks Limited 0146326
Invoco Ltd 0146326
Invomo Ltd 0146353
IOVOX Limited 0146335
IP Base Ltd 0146355
IPV6 Limited 0146351
Kalnet4u Ltd 0146356
Known Communications Limited 0146353
Linear Telecoms Limited 0146326
Liquid 11 Limited 0146356
Magnetic North Software Limited 0146354
Magrathea Telecommunications Limited 0146389
Mars Communications Limited 0146351
Minotaur Telecom Limited 0146356
Mundio Mobile Limited 0146353
Netfuse Telecom Ltd 0146356
Nexbridge Communications Limited 0146326
Nexus Telecommunications Limited 0146353
Nodemax Limited 0146351
Numbergroup Network Ltd 0146354
Orange Business Holdings UK Limited 0146356
Orbis Telecom 0146353
Orbtalk Limited 0146326
Outsourcery Hosting Ltd 0146335
Phone Co-Op Numbering Limited 0146355
Premium O Limited 0146348
PTGI International Carrier Services Ltd 0146353
Pulsant (Scotland) Limited 0146351
Radius Communications Limited 0146356
Resilient Networks Plc 0146339, 0146339, 0146339
Simwood eSMS Limited 0146335
Six Degrees Unified Comms Limited 0146384
Skyweb Limited 0146326
Solutios Limited 0146351
Spitfire Network Services Ltd 0146337
Suretec Systems Ltd 0146354
Switch Services Ltd 0146353
Syntec Limited 0146368
TalkTalk Communications Limited 0146326, 0146341, 0146341, 0146341
Telecom2 Ltd 0146351
Telephone Box Limited 0146355
Telephony Services Limited 0146363
TelXL Ltd 0146350, 0146350, 0146350
Tesla Dynamic Ltd 0146355
TG Support Limited 0146328
Tuxtel Ltd 0146335
Verizon UK Ltd 0146353
Vodafone Ltd (C&W) 0146355
Vodafone Ltd (Thus) 0146327, 0146327, 0146327, 0146327, 0146327, 0146327, 0146327, 0146327, 0146327, 0146327
VoiceHost Limited 0146354
Voxbone SA 0146349
We Love Communications Limited 0146335
Windsor Telecom Plc 0146354
XoverX Ltd 0146356
Ziron (UK) Ltd 0146351
Latest News
04 Jul

We may live in a technological age but, according to a new report, businesses may not be taking full advantage of the technologies which are available to them. The report, commissioned by Exact, revealed that just 6% of UK SMEs have invested in technology in order to respond to market developments; this despite the fact that 66% percent of businesses are facing increasing competition from new digital players in the marketplace.

The good news is that the same survey has revealed that 73% of UK SMEs are actively planning to grow, with 56% currently exploring the benefits of adopting new business models in order to remain competitive in a technological age. Online sales, cloud technologies and interactive reporting modules all appear to be on the priority list, with companies also looking to invest in partnerships and expanding the workforce as a way of boosting business.

When looking at technological solutions, one of the keys to success is to choose technology which will boost the business rather than adapting the business to suit the technological solution presented.  It can be all too easy to be hypnotised by some great sales talk allied to a snazzy presentation; only to find that your brilliant new (and expensive) system doesn’t integrate with your existing systems and will in fact take a lot more man-hours in order to deliver any kind of beneficial outcome.

Of course, unless you design your own system from scratch, the chances are that no system will exactly match your requirements but it is possible to get close as long as you are well prepared before you go out to the marketplace. Our top tips would include_

  • Understand your starting place. As leaders you are naturally one step removed from the day-to-day processes within your business. Your employees may be doing fantastic work in extracting value from existing systems and they will know far better than you what works and what doesn’t. Taking time at the outset to understand not only the current state of your business but also the current state of your systems will help to clarify ideas. Make sure too at this stage that you take time to review your strategy, goals and values in order that your new system meets the latest growth plans.

  • Be clear on your requirements. One of the easiest ways to avoid being taken in by sales talk is to predefine your requirements, being clear about what you must have in order to deliver your strategy, what you would like to have as an aid to productivity, and what would be quite helpful as long as it doesn’t come at a cost.

  • Test to destruction. If you can’t test the system in advance then don’t take it on. It is only when you put in your data and test potential process flows that you can find out whether the system will deliver as expected. Here, don’t simply leave the testing to top-level management or the IT team; involve your customer contact people, your salespeople, your accountancy people, in fact anyone who is likely to actually use the system on a daily basis. Simply by assembling a cross department team at an early stage you can quickly see whether the new technology is going to boost or hinder your business.

Above all else, don’t tie yourself into a system which will only deliver within fixed parameters and which will therefore need to be replaced as the business grows or changes. Flexibility and scalability are the name of the game for businesses which want to stay one step ahead of the competition. So choose a system which will grow and change as your business develops, delivering additional functionality as you need it without having to pay upfront for features which you may not require for a couple of years.

Given the speed of technological development, it is easy to see how the business which stands still is the business which is swiftly left behind. On the other hand, the business which makes the most of smart technology, which chooses systems with one eye on flexibility and scalability, and which is clear on leveraging technology in order to deliver a defined strategy is the business which is in the best position to stay ahead of the competition in an ever-changing marketplace.


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