The information age has brought about some pretty cool technology such as T1 Lines, DS3's, Metro Ethernet and GigE Connectivity for businesses as well as homes. With that being said, complexities are also prevalent with such technological leaps. If you have ever searched out telecommunications providers, you may have found that not only is the technology somewhat confusing, but choosing a carrier can be difficult as well. Not all carriers and technology are alike. Each have their strengths and weaknesses in many areas. Some technology costs very little and some cost enough to make multiple mortgage payments.
So where do you go to find out this information about technology and telecommunications carriers? To your nearest technology and telecommunications Advisor that's where! Even if you already knew it all, you would still have quite a job to do and an Advisor can simplify the task set out before you making your job a tad bit easier. A telecom and technology Advisor has access to extra resources making them unique in the industry.
This is why, not only is the Advisor an extended part of your team when dealing with solutions, but they are also an extension of the service providers as well making it a win win for both sides.
The Advisor has access to multiple service providers giving them an unbiased view of the products and services available to you. This means they have the intelligence from both sides making them the unique problem solver bridging the gap between your company and your carrier of choice. So if you are having trouble researching the pertinent information finding a telecommunications service regarding T1 Lines, DS3 Bandwidth, VoIP or any type of ethernet connection and cannot find a source to confide in. It's time to seek a Trusted Advisor and let them help you with your diligence.
Submitted by Ron Legarski