Telephone Answering & Virtual Receptionist Services

We pride ourselves on providing the very best virtual reception and Best Reception's service is much more than a telephone answering service.

The role of a virtual receptionist- It’s trickier than it looks

A lot of people may be under the impression that the role of a virtual receptionist is a straight forward and simple one, myself included before I took on the role. However having worked as a virtual receptionist for the past few weeks, I have since realised that the role is not as straight forward as it first seems, but is instead a rather challenging and interesting one.

The main assumption is that virtual receptionists simply receive calls and pass on messages. Although ensuring the phones are answered quickly and professionally is the top priority at Best Reception, there are also many other activities in which we must ensure are carried out in order for the calls to run to a high standard. These actions include the sending and receiving of emails between our clients, making bookings for our clients using various complex booking systems and changing the scripts to tailor the needs of our clients, amongst many other things. These services we provide all help to ensure a seamless virtual reception service. We work together as a close-knit team of professionals to guarantee that a swift and efficient service for our clients is provided at all times.

Having worked for Best Reception for a while now, I see there is so much more to the role of a virtual receptionist than meets the eye, the amount of work that goes on behind the scenes to ensure such a flawless telephone answering service is extraordinary.

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