Teo Announces Teo Services as Reseller of its Unified Communications Platform
In a recent press release, Teo announced that Teo Services will be the exclusive reseller and systems integrator for Teo UC, the company's innovative, next-generation unified communications platform.
Accordng to the contract, Teo Services will also sell and support Teo's Enhanced 911 (E911) Response System, as well as provide services and support for network engineering, wireless networks, structured cabling, network infrastructure and network monitoring.
"The staff at Teo Services eats, sleeps and breathes Teo products, enabling us to offer a level of expertise above and beyond what customers might find from other resellers," said JP O'Donnell, president of Teo Services, in a press release. "We're dedicated to providing best-in-class hardware and software, as well as maintaining high levels of knowledge and experience in order to provide outstanding solutions to our customers."
"Teo UC is a truly unique product in the unified communications marketplace, and part of its value comes from the level of service and support offered through Teo Services," said Thomas Beck, director of marketing and business development at Teo. "Our philosophy is that it should be just as easy to obtain service and support for your Teo products as it is to use the products themselves. Teo Services knows Teo products inside and out and is able to provide a level of service that is unmatched by other players in the space."
Teo (formerly Tone Commander Systems) is an innovative telecommunications company specializing in telephone and network solutions for Fortune 1,000 companies, government agencies, educational institutions and small and large businesses around the world. The company recently announced a partnership agreement for the provision of communications services to wind farm operators. According to official sources, initial deployment has started at two sites and they have already proved their capability in improving safety and enhancing productivity of maintenance personnel.
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Edited by Rich Steeves