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Read Ambs' blog for tips, tricks, and inside information from answering service veterans on how to create a culture of professional, customer-focused voices.

Peter DeHaan

Peter DeHaan, is CEO of Peter DeHaan publishing which produces print media periodicals and Internet-based publications, as well as media and informational websites. In addition, and TAS Trader. Notable websites and publications include: TAS Trader, which focuses exclusively on the needs, concerns, and opportunities of the Telephone Answering Service (TAS) Industry. It is written by the TAS Industry and is for the TAS Industry. Connections Magazine, which is the premier magazine for the Teleservices Call Center Industry and is distributed to qualified readers at call centers, contact centers, teleservice agencies, telephone answering services, and telemessaging companies.

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Healthcare

What to Look for in a Medical Answering Service

By: Peter DeHaan
February 16th, 2018

For decades doctors have relied on medical answering services to provide after-hours phone support to their patients. And with the rapid changes in the healthcare industry, this is more important now than ever before.

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How Answering Services Work

Why Do You Want a Multilocation Answering Service?

By: Peter DeHaan
January 30th, 2018

With advances in technology and inexpensive telephone communications, it no longer matters where an answering service is located. Right? It’s true that answering service location ceases to be the key consideration it once was. However, location still plays a factor. To be more correct locations play a factor. This is because today’s best answering services operate out of many locations. Why does it matter for an answering service to have more than one location? In a perfect world, it doesn’t. However, problems can arise from any number of factors. Having a multilocation answering service provides a way to address these issues, whatever they may be.

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Human Resources/HR Solutions

Employee Call Off System: HR’s Missing Link

By: Peter DeHaan
January 23rd, 2018

Wouldn’t it be great if employees came to work when they’re supposed to? On time, every time? In an ideal world we wouldn’t need to worry about absent employees or those who arrive late. But we do. Attendance issues are something every company faces. And the larger the company the bigger the problem.

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Customer Service

Disaster Planning Tips for Your Business

By: Peter DeHaan
September 6th, 2017

Hurricane season is officially upon us. Whether or not your business is in an area prone to hurricanes, it’s wise to be prepared for the unexpected. Though the threats vary by location, no business is immune to some sort of hazard.

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How Answering Services Work

Why Your Customers Want to Talk to a Real Person

By: Peter DeHaan
September 2nd, 2017

Many years ago, to save money, companies began to automate their incoming telephone calls. Though this reduced expenses, it also upset customers. In response to the backlash of frustrated callers, companies are now switching back to having real people talk to their customers.

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Real Estate & Property Management

How to Grow Your Business Using Property Management Answering Service

By: Peter DeHaan
August 17th, 2017

Property management companies provide a vital service to harried property owners who aren’t up to the challenge of personally providing around-the-clock availability to their tenants. Professional property management companies also provide a welcomed service to tenants who desire a professional response to their housing needs, questions, and emergencies—whenever they happen to call.

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