ESPN Radio finds a new home at Cardinal Towne and a new partner in Unified Technologies
ESPN Radio will move into Cardinal Towne on the campus of U of L in October. It’s only fitting since they are the best place to hear about UofL sports at almost any time of day. When Drew Deener, host of the Drew Deener Morning Show, tweeted that he was looking for a new telephone system, he quickly received four separate referrals to call Unified Technologies. Not only did Drew get a new telephone system for ESPN’s Cardinal Towne studio, but he got a lesson in the ‘Unified Process’. Mike Avery met with Drew and took him through the steps of the process. During the audit and financial analysis we identified several opportunities to improve services and generate enough savings to more than offset the investment in new technology.
We will be installing a ShoreTel platform and working closely with the staff to make sure they take full advantage of all features including mobility and office anywhere. Once in their new ‘digs’, they will have a larger internet pipe, a few more lines coming into the station, and new, state-of-the-art telephone equipment for about $1100.00 less per month than they were paying before. We are no strangers to Cardinal Towne. When the property first opened in 2011, Unified Technologies installed their surveillance solution.
We are proud to be part of the growing community that is the UofL campus.