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Teltek Blog

Below is the dialog between me a prospective Teltek client as they try to decide which phone system to purchase, Avaya or NEC; I thought this content may be beneficial for others to see so they will know what questions to ask when shopping for a new telephone system and selecting a reliable vendor.  Hi Chris, Thanks for calling us back today to clarify some of our...

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Has your telephone system taken a turn for the worse?  If your busy phone has gone silent with a vacant look on its faceplate, before you “pull the plug” let Teltek resolve your immediate telephony needs. While a typical crash cart contains cardiac drugs and defibrillation paddles to resuscitate a dying patient, Teltek has developed a “crash cart” to support businesses as an immediate solution to...

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Teltek is a second-generation, family owned and operated telephone company specializing in the sale, installation, and repair of Avaya and NEC phone systems, voice and data cabling, and the coordination of local, long-distance, and Internet services. What is the Teltek difference?  Teltek is committed to providing their customers with premier, personalized telephony solutions in conjunction with excellent customer service.  Teltek’s process for overall customer satisfaction begins...

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When was the last time you took a good look at your current telephone system?  Is it old, outdated, or not working to the best of its ability?  Is your system helping your business become more profitable, or are you losing business due to phone service outages and inefficient incoming call routing? Technology moves and changes at an incredible speed – and so do the demands...

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Gov. Martin O’Malley (D) and leaders in the medical industry said Tuesday that Maryland will launch its Electronic Health Information Exchange in September, starting with hospitals in Montgomery County, the Washington Business Journal reports. The Chesapeake Regional Information System for our Patients (CRISP) is developing the exchange, which will link hospitals across the state and enable medical record sharing. CRISP has won millions in federal grants...

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