PushON team, Bashton launch LeanCallPushON | April 26th 2012
PushON co-founders Simon Wharton and Roy Wilding have developed a strong portfolio of projects since they first joined forces in 2002, but now the pair have gone back to their roots with advanced outbound calling solution LeanCall.
[quotetag image=”/wp-content/uploads/userphoto/2.jpg” link=”” text=”” from=”Roy Wilding”]does everything that a traditional call centre system does.
Traditional call centre systems are very expensive. You need a building with your own servers and phones, and you need to pay a regular software licence fee.
[With LeanCall] all you need is a laptop, or even a tablet, with an internet connection and a USB headset. Straightaway you are generating cost savings by removing the need for an office full of people and allowing remote workers to work from home.[/quotetag]
LeanCall prides itself on its sophistication; the product needs no hardware, and there is no contract to sign before using it. It’s a Pay As You Go service for any business managing concentrated outbound calls, and all that’s needed for use is a computer with an internet connection and a headset.
Speaking to How-Do, Wharton praised Bashton’s research and development, outlining how he and Wilding jumped at the chance to get involved:
[quotetag image=”/wp-content/uploads/userphoto/9.jpg” link=”” text=”The new business is an exciting move for us. We have always been entrepreneurial and have a track record of running successful online businesses. When the LeanCall opportunity came our way we were more than happy to get involved commercially.” from=”Simon Wharton”][/quotetag]