Teo UC, Experience the Difference
Too often in the unified communications industry, vendors follow the same old process —complicated deployment, complex pricing models, inadequate training and support, etc. Luckily for consumers, Teo doesn’t fit the traditional UC model. Instead, we strive to be bold and think strategically about how to solve your communications issues. From start to finish, we work hard to ensure that all of your UC needs are addressed by our talented specialists. Unlike other UC providers, we believe that UC is more than just technology; it’s a vital part of your business. Here are a few things we do that are a little different than our competitors:
- To make sure we’re meeting your UC needs, we carefully examine the state of your communications network before augmenting it with our robust UC solution. At the start of every new setup process, our talented network specialists conduct a survey that tells us what devices and systems that you have and how we can better connect them.
- We pride ourselves in speedy and efficient service. When deploying your UC solution, we focus on minimizing setup time. For example, our specialists can get 400 phones configured and ready to use in less than a half an hour. On average, our competitors take about four hours to accomplish the same task.
- To help save the environment and your time, Teo UC doesn’t come with tons of printed manuals. Instead, we have a detailed video tutorial library that will teach you everything that you need to know about Teo UC. The result? On-demand training that you can access whenever it’s most convenient for you – and refer back to again and again if you need a refresher.
At Teo, we pride ourselves in being different and work with our customers on an individual basis to help them find the perfect UC solution. We understand that the nature of business has changed and that companies now must work smarter to be successful. Stop listening to the same UC talking points; try something different and go with Teo for your UC needs.[Photo courtesy of Flickr user MrB-MMX]