May 3rd, 2017 by admin
It feels like budgets are always shrinking, while the demands on your time and resources increase. Everything has to happen quickly & according to set standards, but while spending as little as possible. We've heard this time and again from public institutions we've worked with, such as public schools, government agencies, and local government offices. To add to all of the frustrations: institutions are often tied to strict purchasing procedures & regulations.
BSB Communications can help you navigate those procedures when purchasing business phone systems and telecom equipment. We work closely with Mitel, a Global manufacturer with a range of cost-conscious products and solutions that can significantly improve your workflow, mobility, and productivity. They also offer NJPA & GSA Cooperative Purchasing Programs & Schedule for federal, state, and local institutions & agencies. They comply with the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) & many state and local regulations. Simply said, because Mitel is a recognized government contracting option, we can set you up with simple, fair deal and quick delivery. This lets you focus on your main work, while letting us sort everything out.
That's all well and good, you might say, but what about the communication features? We know that many public institutions want to improve the mobility of their employees. School administrators and federal workers that have to travel a lot will rejoice at the ease of setting up unified communication tools such as presence & availability indicators, conferencing, messaging, and VoIP connections to mobile devices. This reduces the hassle of reaching colleagues who are out of the office or walking around larger facilities. Devices, phones, and applications are easily integrated to centralize and speed-up communications. Mobile extensions and hot desking solutions can free you from always having to be at your desk to be reachable. Have some questions to us about our services and your RFI? Take a look at our dedicate government services page or submit a request for information.