New Season, New Website

This week we launch our newly redesigned website and we are excited to share some of the new features with you.

We offer numerous services so one of our goals was to make the information about each of these services as easy to navigate, and find, as possible. Another goal was to make it easy to get in touch with us through various forms located throughout the site.

One of the features we are most excited about is that a network assessment can now be requested through our site. Network assessments are available to current, or prospective clients and are of no charge or obligation to the recipient. Find out more details about the assessment here.

Once the form is submitted someone will be in touch with a few follow up questions and to discuss a time for the onsite assessment to take place.

Another feature we are proud to offer is the ability to either navigate our site by specific industry, or specific solution (service). We have broken our offerings down into three main industries: non-profit, financial and general business, and our solutions into voice, data, information security and physical security.

Additionally, we have also added a page to highlight our upcoming events. Throughout the year we offer several events such as lunch-n-learns and seminars, those events will now be posted to our Event’s page. On this page, people will also be able to register for the event without having to go to a third-party event site.

We hope that you take a minute to tour the new site and after you do, let us know what you think.

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