702 Small Business Awards

The ART of virtual receptionists

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ART Call Management, founded in 2016, provides professional hands-on assistance with personal assistant and receptionist services at affordable prices. It's an innovative back office service that helps small businesses get through the everyday admin of answering calls.

Bongani Bingwa, standing in for Xolani Gwala, spoke to CEO Appanna Ganapathy on being nominated for the Sage Small Business Awards.

What we thought was small companies need assistance and when you can provide a specific back office service to them, they can focus on what they need to do on their core business. It makes it a lot easier not having to worry about things like answering the phone, getting quotes out or trying to set up an appointment...

Appanna Ganapathy, ART Call Management CEO

We are able to give small businesses a business in a box.

Appanna Ganapathy, ART Call Management

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