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We recently went through this as well. There are a couple issues we faced 1) Some people just did not like having a soft phone. It took some convincing and patience to have users fully trust and understand that that an app on their computer (we are on win 10) is as good as that hard phone that they were used to. If your company is small.this might be easier.when you have 5000 employees.well.good luck and please be patient 2) The cost of headsets.and maintenance. Have your helpdesk staff ready when you move to softphones. One of the common issues that flood our ticketing issue is 'i cant hear the other person' or 'they cant hear me'.this is usually because of a bad headset or some settings were changes like input device was changed etc. Headsets, while cheap.can be costly.oh.and dont forget about that guy who will bring his own headset coz his head is too big and the one you provided hurts his head, then calls you for help when other callers tell him he sounds like mickey mouse.

Other than these minor issues. Amiga Forever. i think this transition should be smooth. Lahimakonem wrote: 2) The cost of headsets.and maintenance. Have your helpdesk staff ready when you move to softphones.

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One of the common issues that flood our ticketing issue is 'i cant hear the other person' or 'they cant hear me'.this is usually because of a bad headset or some settings were changes like input device was changed etc. Headsets, while cheap.can be costly.oh.and dont forget about that guy who will bring his own headset coz his head is too big and the one you provided hurts his head, then calls you for help when other callers tell him he sounds like mickey mouse. Headsets are definitely a must for consideration! Don't just settle on the first thing you come across. Our USB headsets are all built to Lync/Skype for Business standards, which basically means that they are plug and play, and SFB will recognize the fob button presses without any additional software needed.

One thing I always recommend would be to see if you can actually trial out some solutions, and not necessarily from just one vendor either! We can certainly make units available for trials, if you would be interested, send me a PM! Thanks, Alex. Having the right headset can be key to user adoption.

Different types of users may need different headsets depending on how often they use the phone, where they do most of their work and the nature of their work. If upfront cost is an issue, you may want to consider a headset subscription service such as Plantronics Device-as-a-Pro:  which would allow you to pay a subscription fee month-to-month rather than an upfront cost. It also would give you the flexibility to upgrade headsets, so that you can assure all users end up with the right headset for their work style. Plus you have guaranteed working headsets throughout the term. If you'd prefer to buy all of the headsets upfront we do have trial programs that you can take advantage of. How many users do you have? I can recommend the best way to get trial units from Plantronics.

Lahimakonem wrote: We recently went through this as well. Google Talk Updates. There are a couple issues we faced 1) Some people just did not like having a soft phone.

It took some convincing and patience to have users fully trust and understand that that an app on their computer (we are on win 10) is as good as that hard phone that they were used to. If your company is small.this might be easier.when you have 5000 employees.well.good luck and please be patient 2) The cost of headsets.and maintenance. Have your helpdesk staff ready when you move to softphones. One of the common issues that flood our ticketing issue is 'i cant hear the other person' or 'they cant hear me'.this is usually because of a bad headset or some settings were changes like input device was changed etc. Headsets, while cheap.can be costly.oh.and dont forget about that guy who will bring his own headset coz his head is too big and the one you provided hurts his head, then calls you for help when other callers tell him he sounds like mickey mouse.

Other than these minor issues.i think this transition should be smooth. Those are some very good heads up. Cassidy (Plantronics) wrote: Having the right headset can be key to user adoption. Different types of users may need different headsets depending on how often they use the phone, where they do most of their work and the nature of their work. If upfront cost is an issue, you may want to consider a headset subscription service such as Plantronics Device-as-a-Pro:  which would allow you to pay a subscription fee month-to-month rather than an upfront cost. It also would give you the flexibility to upgrade headsets, so that you can assure all users end up with the right headset for their work style. Plus you have guaranteed working headsets throughout the term.

If you'd prefer to buy all of the headsets upfront we do have trial programs that you can take advantage of. How many users do you have? I can recommend the best way to get trial units from Plantronics. Hi Cassidy, We have about 300 users across 2 main office locations, we have sales department which will definitely use the headsets more often. And some users rarely uses the phones.