Systems Integration & Unified Communications

If you are looking for a total office telephone or data solution in Kentucky ISET has what you need. Using the latest technology from NEC, Microsoft, Cisco, Barracuda Networks, and other leading communications brands ISET systems integration can get you on the phone or network. Whether you need a classic analog or digital solution, a pure voice over IP (VoIP) solution, or a hybrid solution using the best of both worlds, we can install a solution that fits your budget and even save on communications costs. Being able to utilize every feature your technology offers is what systems integration & unified communications is all about. We want you to be able to fax, email, page, call, and conference in with every system and handset you have in place; because that’s what you payed for and thats what NEC and ISET is all about.

Example 1

A  Dental firm in Louisville, KY with six offices spread from Jefferson to Fayette counties needed to connect all of their offices together to increase productivity and lower communications costs. Using a digital / VoIP hybrid communications platform, ISET was able to install a single phone system in the customer’s main office that controls the digital phone extensions at the main location and the VoIP extensions at the remote locations using their existing internet and VPN connections at each office. This configuration allowed the customer to retire the phone systems and cancel several T1 circuits and telephone lines at each location that were being used to provide communications between offices. The cost savings between the reduced phone system maintenance and the decreased communications cost helped the customer realize a return of investment (ROI) in less than one year.

 

Example 2

An Automotive company with offices in Shepherdsville, Louisville, and Bardstown, KY had a desire to save long distance costs when calling between offices or between offices in Jefferson, Bullitt and Nelson counties. Using a separate phone system at each location, ISET tied them together using VoIP trunks over their existing internet carriers VPN (MPLS). All three systems have their own phone lines attached so that when an extension in Shepherdsville calls a Bardstown or Louisville phone number the system uses least cost routing to use a local phone extension, saving on long distance charges. All systems integrate fully to appear and manage as a single phone system.