In today’s constantly evolving world of IT with its endless choices of providers, it is hard to keep up with all aspects of emerging technology for cloud, security, colocation and “as a service” offerings.
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Congratulations are in order! Comtel Communications celebrates 28 years in business with founder, Ben Humphreys, President and CEO of Comtel and Simplicity VoIP, at the helm. A Henrico County-based telecom and technology consulting firm, Comtel consultants help businesses evaluate their communications needs by securing solutions specifically matched to the company’s telecom, technology and security priorities. Comtel provides services for small, medium and enterprise-sized businesses and helps to advance a company’s telecom technology. As a regional Master Agency focusing on the Mid-Atlantic, Comtel also has national and international clients.
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The premise of unified communications (UC) technology is simple. Businesses can consolidate multiple communications functionalities into a single tool to create an essential platform for critical business processes. This enables seamless real-time communications across channels—inside as well as outside of an organization.
Savvy business owners are always on the lookout for ways that they can help employees perform more efficiently. Doing so gives them greater budgetary flexibility, such as letting them hire new workers or make their goods or services more competitively priced.
Does this situation seem familiar to you? You launched your company in the best location for your stakeholders to find you. Now you are trying to get by using the antiquated landline phone system that was installed in the building years before the ink was dry on your business plan.
You may be preparing to move your company to a larger building and are now tasked with determining what kind of VoIP system would be suitable to meet the particular needs of your growing organization. Or, the aging phone system in your facility is proving to be a drag on your work force and fellow stakeholders are breathing down your neck to find a VoIP solution as soon as possible.