Hello Direct Now Carries All Major Headset Brands
As the demand for office and Unified Communications (UC) headsets and end point products increases, major providers in this arena are looking to expand their offerings.
Recently, Hello Direct has announced that the company now carries office and Unified Communications (UC) headsets and end point products. According to the company, this will strengthen its position as a leading player in US B2B direct market.
With this, it will now offers corded and wireless office and UC headsets from various leading companies like Panasonic, Polycom, Logitech, RCA, Panasonic, AT&T, Yamaha, Digital Loggers, Revo Labs, EnGenius, Snom, Konftel, and Aastra.
Hello Direct's award-winning catalog’s May issue contains more details about these expanded product portfolio. The company has also announced that it has published its full product details on its web site, making it easier for the users to find the required products. This headset allowed the users to do various tasks at once and also allowed them to walk up to 150 feet from their desk.
Hello Direct is a company that has been providing desktop telephony products for more than two decades. The company was the first to market wireless telephone headset in 1991. This headset allowed the users to do various tasks at once and also allowed them to walk up to 150 feet from their desk.
"We are pleased to welcome Hello Direct to our group, and excited about being able to expand the brands available to Hello Direct customers," said Stephen Mays, SCM's VP of Business Development. "For years, Hello Direct has built its foundation upon providing outstanding customer service and first in class telecom solutions. Now, for the first time in over a decade, we are able to expand those telephony solution options for our customers by selling all the major brands."
Hello Direct has been providing desktop telephony products for more than two decades and was the first to company to market wireless telephone headsets. Recently, the company announced that it was sold to a Florida firm. But, it also stated that this acquisition will not have any impact on its 55 employees.
Edited by Ashley Caputo