Telecom Expense and Inventory Management
Our Telecom Expense and Inventory Management services put time‑consuming administrative tasks in the hands of a third party, enabling valuable internal staff to focus on issues that can truly advance productivity.
Wide Area Network (WAN) Connections
WAN connection options include legacy services such as Frame Relay or Private line. More recent and popular services are multi‑protocol label switching (MPLS), VPLS, and other IP based VPN technologies.
Hosting Voice Over IP (VoIP)
Feature rich applications, such as call management, softphone, or single number search applications, can enhance an existing investment in VoIP, making it a powerful strategy by increasing productivity and reducing administrative and operational costs.
SIP Trunking provides a Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) interface directly into the VoIP‑enabled PBX, reducing unnecessary conversions and costs. SIP Trunking offers numerous advantages over traditional local services. For instance, SIP Trunking provides up to 48 concurrent calls on a single 1.5 Mbps delivery method—traditional PRIs provide up to only 23 calls using the same amount of bandwidth.
Internet Connections (IP Services)
The size and type of an Internet connection determines the speed and bandwidth available for data transmission. Popular connections for small to medium organizations include DSL and T1 circuits. Larger organizations often utilize DS3, OCX, Ethernet, and custom fiber options.