In 2010, On the Border was acquired by a new parent company and decided to institute cost-saving measures across its wide network of locations. The challenge: each location had its own telephone and internet service providers, resulting in a disjointed and inefficient communications network.
National Fish & Wildlife Foundation realized they had outgrown their aging PBX phone system. Not only was it costing them more, it was delivering less.
Stuck with a full-featured PBX that was too expensive to manage, the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments soon realized that their communication costs were rising; leading them to quickly look for a replacement.
Military personnel currently deployed in the Persian Gulf region don’t feel quite as far from home as in past conflicts thanks to Fusion and several leading Satellite-to-IP bandwidth provider partners.
eFaucets President and CEO Michael Fox needed to connect multiple company locations on a high speed network at a significant cost savings.