Delivering financial plans and products from leading insurance companies, Hampshire-based insurance brokerage Right Plan Financial Services has gone from strength to strength in recent years and further expansion this year has seen more investment in a new telephony system to further increase capacity, save operating costs and meet the growing demand from its customers
Supplied by F One Technologies, Right Plan has replaced an ageing BT system with one new platform including a new trunk network and updated all equipment at its Head Office with IP connectivity to a second external operation for homeworking. The new NEC SV9100 platform, with new handsets and new applications has enabled Right Plan to further empower its workforce, provide increased capacity and greater deployment flexibility.
According to Right Plan's Managing Director James Van Mechelen, F One has provided expert advice, first-class equipment and a seamless transition to the new system including training and on-going service support. "We are dedicated to providing a service of the highest quality and we are firm believers in a fair deal for all. The new system and easy-to-use all-new digital and IP handsets from F One perfectly matches our future business needs and enables the business to work professionally and save money at the same time", he said.
Authorised and accredited to offer products from a wide range of leading insurance companies, Right Plan Financial Services is an independent insurance brokerage who has joined forces with one of the largest and most well respected UK networks.
F One offers a complete suite of communication products including mobile phone and smart phone solutions, internet connections and very competitive landline and call packages. The next generation of desktop telephones sport innovative design, and are intended to deliver maximum deployment flexibility and a wide range of choices that fit all business requirements.
Photograph shows Right Plan's Co Director Ashley Fabian (pictured left) and Business Protection Consultant Darren Miller with the new telephony system from F One in place.