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ITsavvy Announces Array of Unified Communications Providers

January 23, 2015

ADDISON, IL—ITsavvy, one of the fastest growing companies of its type in the U.S., is now offering a full array of unified communications (UC) solutions. With 4 widely acknowledged UC leaders as partners–Cisco, Shoretel, Mitel, and NEC—ITsavvy offers complete, customized solutions to all of its clients.

ITsavvy President and CEO Mike Theriault said, “We work with more UC partners than most of our competitors; there is no UC situation that we cannot accommodate. We are a one-stop shop for best of breed unified communications and world-class engineers.”

ITsavvy’s 4 UC partners are:

Cisco: Elite, industry-leading Cisco solutions are geared toward vertical markets that include: financial, legal, manufacturing, education, accounting, and public organizations. The Cisco partnership allows ITsavvy to be the leader in VoIP and intricate networking solutions.

ShoreTel: This partner’s UC solutions leverage the power of VoIP to offer a distributed architecture with built-in remote survivability that is easy to use. With their Desktop Client, ShoreTel integrates VoIP telephony, instant messaging, video conferencing, mobility, presence, and collaboration capabilities into a seamless business environment.

Mitel: MiVoice UC solutions offer a complete sweep of flexible communications platforms – from modular on-premise solutions to a single, Cloud-ready software stream that supports a magnitude of deployment models in organizations of every size.

NEC: NEC-based business communication systems accelerate business processes and provide a flexible, scalable solution for employees. NEC excels in digital UC solutions.

As a division of ITsavvy’s Advanced Solutions Group, UC specialists create systems that sync mismatched voice and data network operations, and eliminate oversight tasks—making communications between onsite and offsite staff, vendors, and customers more collaborative, productive, efficient, and secure.

Theriault added, “One of the most valuable aspects of ITsavvy is that our engineers have all the tools they need at their disposal to create the perfect, most cost-effective solution for each client. Unified communications is a good example, but this is true for all of the technologies that we offer.”

ITsavvy, one of the fastest growing companies of its type in the U.S., is a recognized leader in tailored end-to-end IT product and service solutions. ITsavvy built its reputation as a value-added reseller with industry-leading product availability, design and implementation, client support and delivery speed through 46 distribution centers across the U.S. ITsavvy also has data center locations in New Jersey, Illinois and New York. The company’s new, user-friendly website provides hundreds of concise, leading-edge IT decision-making resources, including an e-commerce site with real-time pricing and availability. ITsavvy is headquartered in Addison, IL, with offices in Chicago’s Loop; Hauppauge, NY; New York, NY; Warren, NJ; Aurora, IL; Davenport, IA; Hayward, CA; and Beavercreek, OH. Call 1-855-ITsavvy (1-855-487-2889), email: info@ITsavvy.com, visit: www.ITsavvy.com.

 

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About ITsavvy

ITsavvy is one of the fastest growing resources for integrated IT products, technology solutions and technical staffing in the U.S. Combining a comprehensive value-added reseller business with industry-leading IT solutions, ITsavvy is a single-source, end-to-end IT partner that strives to continuously deliver peace of mind to its clients.

Media Contact: Jean Van Rensselar, Smart PR Communications Jeanna@SmartPRCommunications.com / 630-363-8081

 

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