When you walk into a local corner store, it’s nice but only offers a few items. Go into Wal-Mart and you’ll have as much or as little as you want. This is what NetOffice is all about for small businesses.
Their web site says it best Everything we offer is available elsewhere… if you have the time and inclination to get it from several sources. One for toll-free phone and faxing, one for contacts, tasks, etc., another for file storage and back-up, and still another for e-mail marketing. Add them all together and you’re likely to pay more than you would with NetOffice.
NetOffice offers a full range of business services including toll-free number (and other telephone services), email, calendar (etc), CRM, folder sharing and more. Prices range from $20 – $60 per month.
I’m not sure of the quality of NetOffice’s services but if you want a suite of services from one place, NetOffice has a lot to offer.
There’s many other services which offer similar services to NetOffice. Some offer a bundle of services and some offer only one. I’ve been using Gotvmail’s outsourced phone service, for example, for the Small Business Summit and love it.
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