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Since 1987, Call One has been a leading specialty distributor/supplier of telephony headsets, audio conferencing and telephones. During this time as a leader in our industry, we have developed specific expertise with the human interface of various communications solutions, and now enjoy a wealth of knowledge in Unified Communications solutions including the offerings from leading manufacturers and software developers like Cisco, Avaya and Microsoft.
Call One can recommend and supply the compatible devices for those UC systems to include: traditional telephony and VoIP compatible headsets (corded/wireless), corded and Bluetooth headsets for use with PC audio applications, traditional and VoIP telephones, USB handsets and/or speakerphones and more. Call One will work with companies to gain an intimate understanding of the various working environments and employee types within their organization to offer the right solutions to fit the customer’s requirements and budget.
When it comes to UC endpoints, “one size” does NOT fit all. In addition to providing the best solution, Call One will provide support for those endpoints whether thPlease Login