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Getting into VoIP doesn't have to be difficult and time consuming. At least not with Deploy by VoIP Supply.
Through Deploy everything from site assessments, cabling, device configuration, installation and testing can be handle by our experienced team. This makes Deploy the fastest and easiest way to turn-up VoIP at your office.Take advantage of VoIP Supply's nationwide network of licensed and certified technicians today and leave the burden of assessing your situation, selecting the proper solution and installing it to the experts at VoIP Supply.
Your Local Area Network (LAN) and Wide Area Network (WAN) function as the backbone of your VoIP deployment. In fact it is the number one reason most VoIP deployments fail. Yet many businesses today still fail to consider the condition and capabilities of their network.
Through the Deploy Site Assessment Service you can ensure that your LAN is structurally strong and ready for the additional burden that VoIP calling will place on it. One of VoIP Supply's certified field technicians will visit your office and fully evaluate your existing LAN set-up, inspect your cabling, then report back findings and recommendations.
As an added bonus, if you decide to purchase your VoIP system through VoIP Supply, we will credit the cost of the site assessment towards your purchase. Making the Deploy Site Assessment from VoIP Supply the easiest and cheapest way to prepare yourself for VoIP.
VoIP Supply's technician shall locate the Client designated work area required for completion of the scope of work. The technician shall record all requirements for cabling and LAN improvements required for IP PBX installation. A VoIP Supply furnished site survey form will be filled out completely before leaving the site.
VoIP Supply will provide all survey findings and recommendations for review within ten (10) business days after the survey is complete. At the completion of this scope of work, the technician shall clean up and dispose of any debris in the immediate work area and continue to remaining activities or contact Client's central point of contact for further instructions and/or release authorization.