Thanks to SmartMobile employees are accessible anywhere, for professional reasons, with one single phone number. According to Daan De Wever, the CEO and founder of Destiny, this is a logical step: “Everyone relies almost 100 percent on mobile, for private use. We use our smartphone for countless applications, any time anywhere. But the business community has not made this switch yet.”
Thanks to SmartMobile , landline and mobile are now fully integrated so not a single communication is not lost. Employees can be reached any time, anywhere, but can determine themselves which communication they reply to or check. The separation between home and work is no longer as clear-cut as it used to be. Remote working is just one example that comes to mind. Each company’s communication infrastructure must keep in step with this evolution,
creating a 100 percent mobile world in the future. But we are not there quite yet. Destiny has joined forces with its partners and customers, studying how landlines and mobile can be optimally integrated within the company’s network, thereby increasing the efficiency of business communication and making certain expensive investments in infrastructure redundant.
The new offering was launched at the Destiny partner event, where the mobile concept was explained to partners. From April, Destiny will offer training and webinars to partners, so they are ready to work with SmartMobile once it becomes officially available in May. Daan De Wever: “Destiny thinks along with its partners. We help them innovate their business model so they stand out in the market with a strong value proposition”.