LOUISVILLE, KY – In what is being called Shermageddon 2011, and may extend into 2012, Unified Technologies is working with its customers to ensure that they are prepared to have employees work remotely during the closure of the Sherman Minton Bridge connecting Southern Indiana and Kentucky. While the bridge remains closed indefinitely, many businesses in the region are adjusting employees schedules and allowing more to work from home or other off-site locations.
“Many of our customers dealing with this situation are already seeing the benefits of their ShoreTel IP system, which allows them the ability to seamlessly make and receive calls remotely as if they were in the office,” says Scott Diamond, CEO of Unified Technologies. “Mobility has been put into motion with the flexibility to use a mobile device, IP phone at home, or even their home phone line; all of which extends the enterprise to the user, regardless of location.”
Other customers are using their audio and web conferencing connections to conduct meetings via their secure IP connection. Diamond continues, “Mobility is allowing work to be something you do as opposed to a place you have to go. We are just pleased to be able to be able to help our customers during a time when it is much needed!”
For more information about Unified Technologies, please visit www.unified-team.com.
About Unified Technologies
Unified Technologies provides VoIP and networking products and services for customers needing a simple, yet comprehensive, solution for their telecommunications network. The company is a distributor of ShoreTel products, a leading provider of Pure IP unified communications systems. ShoreTel products enable companies of any size to seamlessly integrate all communications-voice, data, messaging-with their business processes. Unified Technologies also works with businesses to integrate web/audio/video conferencing and building security into a communications network. To reach Unified Technologies, please call (502) 459-9141.