Telecom Expense Managment

Caisson Technologies Helps Emerald City Law Firm Save Thousands by Overhauling Telecom

Emerald City Law Jason's contract with their existing carrier had expired and the old T1 based service was expensive and the 1.5Mb of bandwidth was inadequate. The new high speed intent service will be based on Integra Telecom Broadband DSL which can provide up to 20Mb download speeds. The total savings is over 50% or $300 per month.

“I'm looking forward to consolidating all of these services into a single provider. Saving money, improving bandwidth and consolidating email and web hosting is something we've wanted to do for some time”, said Jason Anderson, owner of Emerald City Law Firm. “With an experienced partner like Caisson brokering the deal I feel confident the benefits proposed will be realized.”

“I'm always excited to work with small businesses and help them take advantage of the faster internet services and lower prices that are continually becoming available in the market place”, said Brian Wade, President and Lead Consultant for Caisson Technologies. “Helping firms like Emerald City Law drive productivity and improve their bottom line is our mission at Caisson.”

In the current slow growth economy small businesses are looking to create efficiency's and become more productive. New unified communications hardware and faster, cheaper connections to the internet can often be combined to produce higher output per employee and monthly savings that drop straight to the bottom line. As they say, “a penny saved is a penny earned.”

The ultra-competitive telecommunications marketplace can be a confusing place to navigate for small business owners and office managers.

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