Unified World Communications announces a programme of free Technology Days for businesses

Blackburn’s fully integrated communications company, Unified World Communications, has announced dates for a programme of free Technology Days for Lancashire businesses

Neil Jones MD Unified WorldUnified World Communications is delivering a number of free Technology Days to help local businesses get an understanding of the latest communications technology available from some of the world’s leading communications brands including Vodafone, Sony, LG and Microsoft.

Unified World Communications specialises in simplifying and centralising business communications so that clients can take advantage of cost and time savings and gain from increased productivity.

At its simplest, this means bridging the gap between fixed and mobile communications so they can ensure that their customers are always reachable, on one number, wherever they are, with one voicemail service.

These Technology Days are taking place in the Unified World Communications Centre in Blackburn with experienced and qualified technicians on hand to offer advice and answer any specific questions business owners and directors have regarding the technology and the business benefits.

The sessions are of a rolling format from 10.30am to 3.30pm and attendees are being invited to visit at any time during this core period. The Technology Days have been planned for Thursday 12th November, Thursday 3rd December and Thursday 21st January.

The Technology Days are being funded by Unified World Communications and their partners to enable them to be delivered FREE of charge. A buffet and refreshments are also provided throughout the sessions.

Demand for the Technology Days is high and numbers will be limited so early booking is essential to guarantee a place. Reservations can be made by visiting http://www.unifiedworld.co.uk/technology-days/ or by calling 01254 271 333. Neil Jones, managing director of Unified World Communications, said: “Technology is moving so fast that business owners are struggling to keep up with advances and the benefits these changes can make to a business. The Technology Days have been developed to help Lancashire businesses get a clear understanding of the options available to them and to help them make informed decisions on any future purchases.”