CASE STUDIES + TESTIMONIALS
Parts Warehouse Inc. (PWI), a member of the Bumper to Bumper Alliance, struggled with maintaining consistent and dependable phone service across its 200 retail stores, many of which are in rural areas, until TeleComp and Mitel came to the rescue.
When AVECC needed a reliable replacement phone system that was easily deployed and easy to manage and maintain moving forward. Finding a new solution fell to AVECC’s Technology Coordinator, Brian Orrick, who turned immediately to long-time communications partner TeleComp.
Maintaining reliable communications with its fleet across the country and customers in the Canadian provinces of Ontario and Quebec, as well as Mexico, is essential to PAM’s continued success, which is why PAM turned to TeleComp to provide national quality service with a local presence.
In keeping up with the times and technology, the Teachers Federal Credit Union (TFCU) needed an inbound/outbound call recording solution that could be easily integrated and was compatible with its existing NEC phone system, so they called Telexperts.
When GenWealth Financial Advisors began looking at outsourcing IT resources to optimize their IT budget and further protect their network infrastructure, the financial planning company knew it needed to partner with an IT expert, and contacted TeleComp.
Gary Bertagnolli, Flower Mound’s director of IT, was responsible for the selection and purchase of the municipality’s new voice and data system. His goal was to replace an aging Nortel Meridian PBX and reduce overall telecom expenses.
Working on large projects that can take anywhere from six months to six years, having a consistent, reliable communications partner has enabled the company to maximize its communications budget while keeping up with the latest technology, which is why Vaughn Construction selected Mitel and TeleComp to deliver reliable communications from their headquarter location to all job sites.
During a recent renovation, Westwood Golf made the decision to replace their AVAYA hosted phone system that was on a “forever lease” to reduce monthly and annual telecom costs and partnered with TeleComp for local service and support.
AIRIA selected TeleComp to assist with selecting the various vendors required to complete the project, including low voltage wiring, carrier services, communications, video surveillance, fire systems, access controls, alarm system and monitoring, audio systems, project management and more.