collaboration 01Collaborate everywhere, and on any device

A new generation of technologies is emerging to improve collaboration across organizations and empower people to engage and innovate anywhere, and on any device. Together, these technologies are often described as unified communications, and they may include advanced conferencing solutions, intelligent contact center systems, collaboration endpoints, and more.

Building a unified communications framework for your business can yield extraordinary value in terms of productivity, innovation, and cost savings. CompuNet’s engineers can help you design it, plan it, and get it done.

 

Ready to design a collaborative experience that makes connections and gets results?
The power of togetherness

How well your people work together can be the difference between success and failure. That’s why collaboration is so important.  We have extensive experience helping small, mid-sized, and enterprise organizations design and deploy collaborative solutions that help them do things faster, better, and for less.

collaboration 02Collaboration your way

Every business is unique; with people, priorities, and processes. That’s why you need a collaboration strategy and technology road map designed specifically for your short- and long-term business goals. We can help you assess and simplify processes, plan your collaboration needs, and choose the right solutions. We can also work with you to streamline your collaboration environment to reduce complexity and costs.

Conferencing

Getting people together can be a challenge, and audio and video conferencing can help your people build connections while keeping travel costs down. We can help you choose and deploy conferencing solutions that fit with your needs and your budget, connect mobile users to virtual meeting rooms, and ensure they work seamlessly with the rest of your environment.

collaboration 03Customer collaboration

Today’s contact centers are much more than service reps answering calls. They’re about creating opportunities for collaboration between businesses and their customers through email, live chat, video conferencing, and more. We can help you design a contact center that’s tuned for collaboration and develop the systems and metrics that will make it easier to track your progress. In other words, we can help you transform your call centers into collaboration centers.

Workplace mobility

Collaboration doesn’t just happen in the office. Most people today are doing some kind of work on their mobile phones—even if it is just email. We can help you take mobile collaboration to the next level—or anyplace else you want to go—with solutions that give mobile users enterprise-class audio and video conferencing functionality, content sharing, and more.

Our collaboration partner
Our close relationship with Cisco Systems allows us to address a broad spectrum of today’s collaboration challenges the industry’s most advanced collaboration solutions.

 

 

 

How you can benefit from
COLLABORATION SERVICES

 

The right collaboration solutions can have far-reaching and positive effects on productivity, customer relationships, and your bottom line. They can help you:

 

- Create more interactive and
  collaborative relationships with
  customers

- Simplify communications,
  accelerate decision making,
  and unlock innovation

- Streamline technology to
  reduce the total cost of IT
  ownership, and adapt more
  flexibly to change

- Provide employees with
  better access to information,
  flexible work options, and
  more ways to participate

- Accelerate the development
  of ideas to support new
  products, process
  improvements, and growth

- Provide a consistent user
  experience to help users
  meet and collaborate anytime,
   anywhere, with virtually any
  device

 

About Compunet

CompuNet was founded in 1998 in Grangeville, Idaho, initially focusing on servicing local clientele between the Spokane and Boise corridor for networking needs.  In 2005 the company expanded, opening our first remote physical office in Meridian, Idaho.  CompuNet has since had it’s primary headquarters in Meridian.  We are now located in six states which includes Washington, Idaho, Montana, Utah, Oregon, and Arizona.

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