Increase billable hours with better audio solutions
The EPOS combination of premium secure audio solutions and software systems reduce the distractions.
Bad audio is bad for the legal industry
Find out the cost of "What?!"
In the legal industry clarity, security and confidentiality are the foundation of interactions with customers and partners. It is the unnegotiable basis of trust. In the new normal of remote working, how do you manage communications in a way that guarantees confidentiality and clarity; and ensures that you are maximising your earning potential?
With remote working bad audio really does cost business. IT Managers need to support employees using a diverse range of communication technologies from home and this can be a challenge. Headsets and speakerphones need to be maintained and optimised to boost productivity and employee performance.
EPOS Manager has been developed for companies with a need to control and support their UC environment in a fast and secure way. For companies with several locations, it’s possible to manage, update and control settings for all end-users in the entire organisation. For improved security, all communication and data are encrypted and no sensitive data is stored. The resulting simplification of the asset, update and configuration management delivers savings in both time and money
How much is bad audio costing your business in lost earnings?
Our 2021 IPSOS report uncovered the fact that on average, people are losing 31 minutes every working week because of bad audio. Find out what that means to your organisation.
A legal firm with 10 billable employees, charging £100 per hour could be missing out on £26,860 of income per year due to audio issues.
Managing the remote working challengeConsiderations for managing better audio for a remote workforce
The Law Society Gazette recently reported that, according to a survey by Thomson Reuters, two-thirds of UK lawyers say remote working has had a positive impact on their wellbeing.
The survey of corporate counsel and senior lawyers by also found that attitudes to remote working were much more positive in the UK than the rest of the world.
In total, 86% of UK lawyers would like to change the way they work in future, compared to the global average of 77%, and on average they would prefer to work remotely at least two days a week.
Partners working remotely said they enjoyed greater efficiency, more productive use of technology, less commuting and stronger adoption of a better work-life balance.
Almost one-third of senior lawyers suggested that they would leave their firm within the next two years if more flexibility could not be arranged.
In the report, nearly two-thirds (65%) of UK lawyers say remote working has had a positive impact on their well-being. A further 42% of UK firm partners believe remote working has improved working practices, compared to 34% of senior lawyers global.