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Fusion Internet and fully managed WiFi keeps worshipers, staff, volunteers, hundreds of parish hall guests, and Catholic school connected with highly reliable wireless Internet.
Switching to FusionSIP, this midwest business reduced the cost of their local calling from $3,100 per month to $1,485 per month.
When Kalijarvi, Chuzi & Newman law firm switch to Fusion Hosted Voice, they immediate saw savings of up $1000/month while taking advantage of a seamless remote worker experience.
Following the advice of IT Consultant and Fusion Partner Intivix, the Hunsucker Goodstein Law Firm saved substantial money by choosing Fusion as its connectivity and communications provider.
Nevada Virtual Academy streamlined their billing processes and consolidated their services by switching to Fusion Business Voice - saving nearly $140,000.
With over 160 locations, On the Border chose Fusion to deliver their fully managed cloud communications solution.
Faced with limited technological abilities from its outdated PBX phone system, NFWF deployed a cloud communications solution from Fusion and realized reduced costs, increased employee productivity, and more features than before.
Stuck with a full-featured PBX that was too expensive to manage, MWCOG trusted Fusion to cut their costs significantly with a robust cloud communications solution.
Suffering a serious fire, Tallen knew from past experience that Fusion had a solution they could count on and immediately called on them to provide the same support that had kept them up and running during the devastation previously caused by Hurricane Sandy.
Challenged with migrating from its existing voice service provider to a new service provider, Spot On Networks was convinced Fusion could seamlessly spearhead the project while working within Spot On Networks very specific needs.
Founded in 1979, Fusion helped Family Ford make a smooth and seamless switch to up-to-date Business Voice technologies.
Already a Fusion customer, SUITE-k trusted Fusion to full upgrade their system to Business Voice services while also catering to an urgent need to significantly increase the DIA bandwidth at one of their locations.
Fusion’s evolution as a service provider – as well as ISP, CLEC and telecom carrier/reseller – has armed the company with the expertise to create solutions customized to fit Gryphon’s needs and requirements.
Faced with connectivity issues, MCMC, LLC chose Fusion’s Ethernet and Business Voice solutions to connect 100 employees in two offices.
After suffering for years with a phone system that crashed at least once a month, Foresite Realty switched to Fusion’s Hosted Voice with T1 data.
The Community YMCA of Monmouth County switched to Fusion Business Voice for a full-featured, unified phone system that improves service to its clients.
When a restaurant brand with 800 locations wanted to encourage loyalty and repeat visits with a mobile app accessed through in-restaurant WiFi, they turned to Fusion for economical, nationwide broadband.
Admiral Beverage chose Fusion Business Voice with Unified Communications (UC) to replace their failing PBX, saving up to $50,000 annually.
James G. Elliot advertising firm switched to Fusion SD-WAN Enterprise, Internet Access, and Business Voice, making outages and missed sales calls a thing of the past.
MCG Architecture chose Fusion Business Voice, run over a private network for optimized performance; and migrated from MPLS to SD-WAN for the flexibility and redundancy their business required.
Data Clean turned to Fusion for nearly all their Internet service needs from Business Voice to SD-WAN to Fiber and Ethernet.