BUSINESS TELECOM SERVICES
If you own a small or medium business enterprise, we can help you find the best and most cost-effective telecommunication solution. Since ClarkTel Telecommunications is not owned by telecom providers like many competitors, our advice is practical and impartial. Apart from bandwidth, you can also expect a wide range of on-the-ground support services from our professionals.
Contact ClarkTel Telecommunications today to learn more about how we can help you!
Solon Univerge Blue Connect Cloud-Based Communication
Welcome to the ClarkTel Telecommunications! Our business telecom services, NEC phone systems, and automated front desk systems are Solon, Ohio's finest. We offer a variety of telecomm services that are designed to meet the needs of businesses in a variety of industries. No matter what your business telecom needs may be, we have a solution that will fit your budget and keep you connected.
Some of our telecommunication solutions include:
- Univerge Phone Systems
- VoIP Solutions
- Structured Cabling
- Security System Installation
- Temperature Screening Infrared Imaging
- Facial Recognition Software
- & Much More!
If you are interested in learning more about our business telecom services, please contact us today. We would be happy to discuss your specific needs and provide you with a custom quote. Thank you for choosing ClarkTel; Solon, Ohio's finest telecom services!
ENTERPRISE PREMISE-BASED PBX - NEC's Sv9000
From IT staff to any office worker, these powerful solutions provide communication tools that can be tailored to individual roles.
UNIVERGE BLUE CONNECT (HOSTED CLOUD PBX)
All of your business communications, integrated, efficient, and reliable. Voice, Video Collaboration and File Sharing and Sync.
ClarkTel offers you a variety of maintenance programs that protect your investment and assist in cost saving for long-term maintenance of your phone system.
Facial Recognition & Automated Front Desk
Wouldn’t it be great if all of this was automated and your receptionist could get rid of those paper sign-in logs and visitors could wear personalized badges?