Murfreesboro Telecom can design, integrate, install and service all types of solutions for your total communication needs.
We provide racks, patch panels, wire management systems, hubs, CSU/DSU devices and much more.
We also offer your company an affordable maintenance contract that covers the equipment and labor just as the original warranty provided or Murfreesboro telecom can service your equipment on a time and material basis.
We have over 20 years of experience and can work on virtually any brand system. Please feel free to contact Donnie at (615) 405-5297 for favorable rates and references.
Business phone systems are complex calling networks designed to improve communications for small to large organizations.
Let us set you up with an auto-attendant or digital receptionist.
Unified Messaging Applications (UMS or Unified Messaging) is the one-stop-shop for managing voice, fax or text messages using a single platform for a user to access everything through a unified app. This also keeps your devices clutter-free by eliminating the need to download multiple messaging apps.
While your customer is on hold, you have a captive audience should you wish to inform or promote specials with a prerecorded message or jingle. Many businesses take advantage of this feature to improve overall sales.
Murfreesboro Telecom can relocate your exiting telephone system, coordinating the total move from start to finish. These services, along with computer and data cabling, would include:
Updating your existing communication system has never been so important.
We’ll review crucial information before your installation begins, and tailor our plans to your unique situation and needs.
Today's business phone systems are filled with valuable features and tools. Murfreesboro telecom will help you program your new telephone system for new applications and more.
For truly effective implementation, we offer follow-ups with your staff to streamline the transition into your new telecom systems. Together we can determine what roles must change or whether the training process for new employees requires updating.