Increase your team’s communication power while decreasing your current phone bill
Enterprise grade communication solutions on a small business budget!
As the market becomes more and more globalized, keeping up with the competition requires progressive communication technology.
Small and medium-sized organizations need the same advanced and reliable phone solutions as large companies do, but without the high costs or frustrating complexity.
Easily communicate using multiple endpoints and improve mobility.
Network Tech’s unified communications (UC) solutions provide and combine multiple enterprise communications channels, such as voice, video, personal and team messaging, voicemail, and content sharing. This can include control, management and integration of these channels. UC products and services can also be integrated with networks and systems, IT business applications and, in some cases, consumer applications and devices.
See who’s away and who’s on the phone from your desk no matter where they are working in the world.
Unified Dial Plan (Multiple Site Integration)
All act as though they’re in the same office. Employees are accessible anytime, anywhere
Push one button and calls are forwarded to your cell phone, home phone, another worker, or straight to voicemail
Voice Mail Options
Voicemails can be automatically sent to you via email.
TaaS Technology as a Service
Business phone systems are available for a small flat monthly fee with unlimited moves/adds/changes, unlimited updates, and unlimited support
Why Network Tech For Unified Communications?
We provide a range of unified communications Solutions in Kansas City, Overland Park, Olathe, Lawrence, Lee’s Summit,
Independence, Blue Springs, Shawnee, Lenexa, Leawood, Lake of the Ozarks, Mission, Merriam, St. Joseph, Johnson County,
Wyandotte Country, Leavenworth County, Miami County, Jackson County, Clay County and Platte County.
Ready to learn more?
Mike Cole, Director of Operations
How it works
1. Fill out the form below 2. We’ll have a conversation over the phone 3. We’ll set up an introductory meeting