The telecommunications industry is evolving at such a rate, it is becoming increasingly more difficult to know what is available in the marketplace and which solution is suitable for the particular needs of an organization. In addition to the sheer number of technologies, the complexities of deploying them is also problematic, which makes consulting services indispensable. So SolveForce has announced it is entering the Raleigh, NC, market to provide the community with a resource for finding the best available telecommunications solutions.
One of the biggest problems the communications department of businesses face is implementing solutions that are able to bring the disparate technologies available today and make them work with legacy systems. They also want a way to migrate from the very same legacy systems to new technologies without discontinuing their business. Of course they want all this achieved in the most cost-efficient manner possible without sacrificing quality.
According to SolveForce Telecom Consulting, the services it provides makes it possible for organizations to manage their TDM PBXs, VoIP and IP telephony network, CO switches, voice mail and adjunct voice devices through a singular management solution that is platform-agnostic.
By eliminating the need for equipment-specific management hardware, manufacturer-specific software tools and vendor-specific monitoring services, organizations can have greater flexibility in the hardware and software they can deploy to meet their communications needs. This not only increases the level of efficiency, but it also lowers overall cost by improving service levels associated with voice service management and maintenance.
Individuals and organizations in Raleigh and throughout North Carolina will now be able to access vetted service providers for T1 service, DS3 lines, optical carriers and fiber Internet bandwidth in real time. SolveForce represents all of the major North Carolina ISP's (Internet service providers) and WISP's (wireless Internet service providers).
Some of service providers include AT&T, Broadview Networks, Comcast, EarthLink, Time Warner (News - Alert), Qwest/CenturyLink and many others.
As a hybrid telecom master agent, SolveForce has agreements with the top master agencies and also has agreements with telecom providers. This gives businesses more access to the latest technology at competitive price points. And the services which SolveForce provides are free, because the consulting services are covered by its partners, which make it a win/win for customers.
Edited by Rory J. Thompson