TelePacific Communications Presents on Hosted PBX at IT Summit in Dallas on May 29, 2013

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All Hosted PBX solutions are not the same. TelePacific’s Tim Healy pulls back the curtain on the difference between best and best effort.

The hottest communications technology for companies and organizations looking for simplicity, reduced costs and reliably up-to-date business communications technology is Hosted PBX. This solution places the infrastructure, technical support and maintenance of the voice telecom systems in the Cloud instead of relying on expensive, constantly aging on-site hardware. Still, when companies consider making the move to put the phone systems that carry business critical sales, customer communications and operational calls onto a Hosted PBX system, it’s not a simple, or unimportant decision. One consideration is whether the Hosted PBX sends calls over the public Internet or a secure private network. Security is a major factor for any company with customer, client, financial or medical information, with any breaches potentially devastating to company image and bottom line alike. It’s also critical to know if service levels are guaranteed because every minute that a company’s central phone system is down translates into real costs in customer satisfaction and lost sales.

TelePacific’s Tim Healy, the company’s Managed Services Consultant, is a Hosted PBX and enterprise telecom expert who’s counseled many small and large enterprise clients in both the U.S. and the U.K. He’s presenting at the IT Summit, a leading regionally-focused leadership conference for top technology executives and managers in both the public and private sectors that will be held in Dallas, Texas on May 29th at Gilley’s Club. Healy will describe the difference between the best Hosted PBX solutions that guarantee service levels and those that rely on “best effort” solutions. He will give small and midsized business owners the understanding and knowledge they need to choose the Hosted PBX solutions right for their individual needs.

The Dallas IT Summit information technology conference fulfills the goals of promoting economic development, promoting IT education and promoting the proliferation of information technology. You can find TelePacific there at Booth #350. For more information on the IT Summit, go to http://www.theitsummit.com.

About TelePacific Communications
TelePacific Communications serves the voice and data communications needs of small and medium business customers. Headquartered in Los Angeles, the company is one of the nation’s premier CLECs (Competitive Local Exchange Carriers). It primarily serves businesses headquartered in California, Nevada and Texas, offering global reach that can expand as their companies do. TelePacific provides a host of IP, voice, data and Internet services, as well as business continuity, cloud and managed network solutions. For more news and insights, go to http://www.telepacificinformation.com.

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