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Inverurie (01467)

01467 is the area code for the Inverurie area
This number type is : Geographic Numbers - Geographic Area Codes and applicable Geographic Area.

Providers of this area code are:

Callagenix 01467
Affiniti Integrated Solutions Ltd 0146742
API Telecom Limited 0146743
Atomstream Limited 0146742
Bicom Systems EURL 0146751
Broadcast Telecom Ltd 0146751
BT 0146762, 0146763, 0146764, 0146765, 0146766, 0146767, 0146768
Calltracks Limited 0146742
Cheers International Sales Limited 0146742
Content Guru Ltd 0146744
Digitech Solutions Global Limited 0146777
Edge Telecom Limited 0146757
FleXtel Limited 0146761
Fluency Communications Ltd 0146744
Gamma Telecom Holdings Ltd 0146753
Globecom International Limited 0146743
Hello Telecom (UK) PLC 0146751
i-Net Communications Group Plc 0146744
ICC Networks Ltd 0146743
iHub UK Ltd 0146744
In Call Solutions Limited 0146743
Inclarity Communications Ltd 0146776, 0146776, 0146776, 0146776
INET Telecoms Ltd (Voipfone) 0146741, 0146741, 0146741
Internexus Networks Limited 0146751
Invoco Ltd 0146751
IOVOX Limited 0146743
IP Base Ltd 0146743
Kalnet4u Ltd 0146744
Linear Telecoms Limited 0146754
Magrathea Telecommunications Limited 0146769
Media Hawk Ltd 0146744
Minotaur Telecom Limited 0146744
Nexbridge Communications Limited 0146743
Orbtalk Limited 0146751
Phone Co-Op Numbering Limited 0146742
Premium O Limited 0146756
Radius Communications Limited 0146744
Simwood eSMS Limited 0146751
Skyweb Limited 0146751
Spitfire Network Services Ltd 0146727
Suretec Systems Ltd 0146742
Syntec Limited 0146742
TalkTalk Communications Limited 0146726, 0146726, 0146751
Telephone Box Limited 0146742
Tesla Dynamic Ltd 0146743
TTNC Limited 0146723
Vodafone Ltd (Thus) 0146789
VoiceHost Limited 0146742
Voxbone SA 0146784
We Love Communications Limited 0146743
Windsor Telecom Plc 0146742
XoverX Ltd 0146751
Ziron (UK) Ltd 0146743
Latest News
18 Mar

How did you design your business telephone system? Did it grow organically in line with your business, purchasing a new telephone handset each time you added to your staffing numbers? Or did you future design your system in line with anticipated business changes, leaving multiple unused handsets sitting alone on empty desks, all able to dial in to a complex switchboard with functionality that you hoped you might need at some point in the future?

Whatever the answer, perhaps the most important question which we should be asking is to what extent you set people at the heart of your telephone system. The importance of people at the heart of systems is a question which has grown in importance in the face of technological advances. In fact Professor Klaus Schwab, the Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum, commented that “all of these new technologies are first and foremost tools made by people for people” as he called on leaders and people to “together shape a future that works for all by putting people first.”

But surely phone systems are designed to put people first, after all their prime function is to enable one person to speak to another. Well not necessarily. It is one thing to design a system which enables calls to be sent or received and transferred around the office, quite another to ensure that call management is optimised for the people who use the system.

Take your suppliers or key customers for example. They may well telephone in on a regular basis but by forcing them to follow the same call pathway as everyone else, you aren’t exactly giving them sort of experience which they may well expect. Why should they have to trail through the pushbutton maze, finally reach an individual and then have to wait while they are transferred to their key contact? Wouldn’t it be far simpler for your system to automatically recognise their telephone number and seamlessly switch them to their final port of call?

And what about all of your other callers? Are easily answered questions such as opening hours or product lines available to access quickly and simply, perhaps by a company information line? Are telephone pathways well thought out and designed to reach an appropriate individual as quickly as possible, or do callers regularly finish up listening to an unanswered phone ringing out on an unattended desk?

Then there is the other side of the coin, the telephone experiences of your own people. Are they regularly interrupted by calls which have nothing to do with them? Are they continually frustrated by having to placate increasingly irate callers, or by having to manage a system which is so counterintuitive that they are continually referring to help manuals?

When you design your telephone system can be all too easy to think purely in terms of processes. However, putting people experiences at the heart of the design not only enables you to finish up with a business telephony system which is effective, it also helps to deliver great experiences through seamless connections.


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