Remote Working is the Way Forward, say 59% of Employees
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Remote Working is the Way Forward, say 59% of Employees

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Remote Working is the Way Forward, say 59% of Employees PR Newswire LONDON, July 31, 2012 LONDON, July 31, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- An infographic released by Powwownow, the UK's leading free conference call service, identified that remote working is the way forward say 59% of employees.

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Remote Working is the Way Forward, say 59% of Employees
PR Newswire LONDON, July 31, 2012
LONDON,July 31, 2012/PRNewswire/ --An infographic released by Powwownow, the UK's leading free conference call service, identified that remote working is the way forward say 59% of employees. More than half of 1,091 people surveyed across the UK believe that remote access would allow them to choose and manage their own working hours and as a result eliminate the stress of rush-hour journeys. With less than a month to go untilLondonhosts the Olympic Games, it is clear that many ofLondon's commuters are looking for alternatives to help minimise any disruption the event is likely to cause. Many employers haven't thought about the impact the impending Games will have on how their employees will get to work and how they will keep their businesses running during the next few weeks. Flexible working not only gives staff more freedom to choose their own hours, it also paves the way for businesses to reduce office costs - 57% of employers highlighted this as the greatest advantage of remote working. Simon Curry, CEO of Powwownow, said: "We have noticed an increase in demand for our services, with 30% year on year growth.This is phenomenal and clearly shows there is demand from businesses that are looking for alternative ways of working - something that is only set to continue, especially with the Olympics around the corner. It will be interesting to see what impact this summer has on those businesses that allow flexible working to cope with the increase of people in our capital and whether as a result of this, people start to integrate remote working much more into their business ethos - it is definitely something we will be watching closely." The Games are set to bring around one million additional people to theLondon transport network; giving staff the ability to work from home will help to alleviate stress and increase productivity. By making teleconferencing, instant messaging and web sharing available in businesses, the isolation of working from home is eliminated and people can stay in touch and work as if they are in the office, keeping businesses on the move.
About Powwownow
Powwownow is the UK's leading free conference call service, with over 120,000 people and businesses using the service across 15 global locations including the UK, US andEurope. In 2011, Powwownow was announced as one ofBritain's 100 private tech companies with the fastest-growing sales (as part of the Sunday Times Tech Track 100). Customers include Motorola, Accenture and the University ofBrighton. Unlike other conference call providers Powwownow has a fully owned infrastructure ensuring call quality is as good as your landline. Powwownow is free, easy to use and accessible 24/7. Powwownow provides the most cost-effective conference call service on the market, offerinweb
conferencing, call recording, scheduling tools and mobile apps for free. Powwownow also offers low cost international call access in 15 countries, unlike its main competitors. http://www.powwownow.co.uk/