Voys as an open organization: sharing is caring

Maya van der Schuit
on 29 July 2019

You might recognise this situation: a couple of colleagues return from a meeting. You’re curious about what they discussed. The meeting was about finance and you don’t really have anything to do with that team. But, if you ask them about it, you don’t get a clear answer. No secrets please A situation as described above wouldn’t happen at Voys. We…

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6 Quick tips for working remotely from the Seychelles

Guillaume de Villiers
on 4 March 2019

The good news is, with the rapid growth in global connectivity, more and more modern occupations are migrating towards the online sphere. This means that for many professionals, like myself, working remotely has become a viable option, if your employer allows this, of course. Fortunately for me, one of the many perks of being a Voys colleague is having this…

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New, smarter, more secure, better looking in 2018 and 2019

Voys
on 16 January 2019

Ever since 2006 we’ve been developing a telephony platform for and together with our customers. We do this by continually mapping out what our customers find the most important features for in a telephone system. The more demand there is for a particular feature request or improvement, the higher the priority. In addition, our development team has been working hard…

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A fresh new design for Freedom

Voys
on 16 January 2019

On December 18th, 2009 we launched the first version of Freedom. As a business owner, it provided complete freedom to adapt your phone system to the way of working that suits your organisation; 24/7. In May 2013, version 2 followed and Freedom got the look you’re familiar with today. And after a year of development, on 21 January 2019, we…

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Ask your customers – they know your brand better than you do

Guillaume de Villiers
on 13 August 2018

Shaping a brand is a curious journey of discovery, paradoxically layered by excitement and anxiety. Somehow, it takes me back to those awkward teen years. Navigating through a minefield of insecurities, yet ruthlessly fuelled by a perpetual dose of starry-eyed optimism. Like using theories on branding, to cure teenage angst. One starts delving deep into those all too familiar existential…

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It turns out you can fall in love with telecoms – even in South Africa

Guillaume de Villiers
on 5 April 2018

My first couple of weeks working at Voys have been an intriguing experience of discovery. Like most South Africans, I have become accustomed to an abusive relationship with the workplace, accepting hierarchical and bureaucratic company structures as the norm. I am therefore sceptical of any prospects who promise to be a knight in shining armour, especially when they conduct business…

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