Here at Goldfish we help companies work smarter. But what does that mean? It means we are changing the way companies operate, by using new technology that we provide to aid them in improving their business performance. Our VoIP telecoms and contact centre technology helps our customers boost productivity by helping them work more efficiently and aid them in improving performance and help them lower their costs.
We have been in business since the 2010 when, during the height of the recession, we were set up by Gordon O’Neill. Since then he’s taken Goldfish from helping sole traders and SMEs get virtual numbers to provide corporate telecoms services to large international companies like IDG and Dropbox and serving customers across five continents.
Here are Gordon’s tips on you too can work smarter and, in doing so, achieve more:
Goldfish’s founder and CEO recently spoke at the UPRISE Festival in Dublin. UPRISE is not your normal tech event, it has been styled on the theme of an outdoor music festival, with DJs, a laidback bean-bag-approach to business and picnic tables for exhibitors instead of stands. It was great to be at such a quirky tech event and we even took a Lotus Exige sports with us that we sponsor; it went down a treat (you can see it here).
We’re growing and we’re hiring. We’ve a brand new telecoms role for a technical support superhero to help support our customers.
Based in our offices in Greystones, County Wicklow, this opportunity is relevant to people already in roles such as existing Technical Support Agents and also, but not restricted to, Service Desk Engineers or Network Engineers.
You’ll be dealing with customer support enquiries by phone and email on a daily basis, so you’ll need to be very comfortable in a customer focused role and have a good technical background. We provide cloud telecoms, VoIP and Quvu our contact management software to businesses across Ireland, some of which have international operations. You will be supporting our customers in their use of these products and services in the daily operation of their businesses. Continue reading →
Most customers access our numbers with a VoIP handset, also know as a SIP phone. However, a lot of customers also use a softphone, either as their main phone or in addition to a handset.
All Goldfish customers get a free 3CX softphone for each user on their accounts. There is a preconfigured download in the MyGoldfish Control Panel. It comes pre-configured to the account with the SIP ID and user name already included.
The 3CX can used independently to answer or make calls via your Goldfish number or it can be used alongside our Grandstream handsets and the GSWave app. If you have handset, app and softphone confguredm then if you receive a call they will all ring at the same time.
Our latest wonder of the week brings back images of white suits and screaming girls. But since his boy band heyday, Keith Duffy, Ireland’s favourite member of Boy Zone (sorry Ronan) has moved into the world of tyres with Tyreland.
Now we think they missed a trick by not renaming the company Tyre Zone in Keith’s honour, but by the time he partnered with the company last year, Tyreland were already a well established and respected brand across Dublin.
Just like us, Tyreland began trading 7 years ago during the recession and has grown steadily since. Tyreland are now using Goldfish’s VoIP telecoms services in all six of their branches. Five across Dublin: Glasnevin, Clarehall, Sword, Kimmage and Clearwater; and a sixth branch in Navan. The company already employs 20 staff and is looking for further sites for expansion.
Tyreland offer great value for money – saving motorists up to 20% on their new tyres – and now they also do mobile tyre fitting. So, if you can’t get to any of their branches, Tyreland Mobile will come to you and change your tyres on the spot, at home, work, or given the fine weather, even down the beach. What’s not to love?
Calling all boys and girls, ring Santa’s Christmas Hotline and be in with a chance to win a €500 Family Entertainment Pack. Call Freephone 1800828000 now.
Irish telecoms firm Goldfish.ie have agreed a deal with Santa Claus to be his exclusive telecoms provider and run ‘Santa’s Christmas Hotline’ the phoneline for boy and girls to call him direct in Lapland. The deal includes supplying Santa with Quvu, Goldfish’s cloud based contact centre management system, to help him manage all the elves in his snowy call centre. One lucky boy or girl that leaves a message will win a Family Entertainment Pack worth €500. Call Santa’s Christmas Hotline between now and Christmas Eve on 1800828000. Merry Christmas children
Pieter Jannssens (Dropbox), Nichola Mullen (St Vincent de Paul) and Gordon O’Neill, (CEO of Goldfish.ie) with Dropbox’s mascot ‘Panda’ in their Dublin HQ for the launch of the ‘Sack The Suit’.
A couple of weeks ago we launched our ‘Sack The Suit campaign with Dropbox in aid of Irish charity Irish St. Vincent de Paul. The response has been huge, with companies across the country getting involved. But we still need more. St Vincent de Paul are desperate for clothes and let’s face it, we all have clothes hanging at home that we’ve not worn in a while, so why not clear out that space for a good cause.
Whether your company is planning to sack your suits for the first time or has already sacked off your suits, why not join our campaign and help St. Vincent de Paul? Call 016876996 or email email@example.com and we’ll get some sacks sent out to you.
Companies that have already joined Sack The Suit include: DropBox, Hayes Mcgrath, Metabolomic Diagnostics, O’Neill Healthcare, Beach Hut PR, Newswhip , Currency Fair and Scurri and more.
For more details on our telecoms services, obtaining telephone numbers from Goldfish.ie, moving your company to a cloud-based VOiP system or buying a Grandstream deskphone then, please go to our main website http://www.goldfish.ie