February 24th, 2021 by admin
Leading Managed Technology Services Utilizes Clearfly to Keep Key Facilities and Businesses Connected During COVID-19
NEWBURGH - ITC, a leading managed technology services provider (MTSP), announced today that the company leverages Clearfly, a top-tier SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) trunking provider, to support mission-critical telephony communications. Various industries including healthcare, government, and construction have invested heavily in Clearfly’s technology to keep their operations productive, efficient, and reliably connected with their customers.
One such example, is the case with healthcare. As hospitals have become overwhelmed with patients and the need for reliable communications infrastructure has become even more pronounced, Clearfly has relied upon well over 2,000 SIP trunks across the nation, deployed through various healthcare facilities. In the wake of the current pandemic, doctors can no longer afford the occasional dropped call, spotty service, or lost voicemails, during this high-demand time. This is why many medical facilities are utilizing Clearfly as the underlying SIP trunk.
As lockdowns have continued across the nation, it’s no question that small to mid-sized businesses (SMBs) have taken the brunt of the impact. For businesses, this has meant that it’s even more important than ever before that SMBs find new, more efficient ways to remain connected, available, and accessible to their customers at all times. Before COVID-19, a business may have been able to let an opportunity or two slip by, however, at this point, new opportunities are mission-critical and the partner that organizations are repeatedly turning to more often is Clearfly, making it the go-to company for secure, reliable access to VoIP communications.
“We consider it our responsibility to not only install and deploy technology flawlessly for our customers, but moreover, we consider it our responsibility to remain educated on the technological landscape on our customers’ behalf so that we can make strong partnerships that will benefit them before they even realize they have that business need,” stated Keith Studt, President of ITC. “It’s about forecasting our customers’ future and then ensuring they have the technology they’ll need to flourish. This is why we make such decisive moves ahead of time, so that we’re in the position to take care of our clients’s needs well in advance.”