1 Stop Cash has a total of 16 stores in Alabama, including locations in some of Spectrum Business's service areas. It already had Charter Business Internet at several of its stores and then decided to switch to Spectrum Business Phone at all eight locations.
"Advanced Orthopedics in St. Louis, Missouri recently changed their name from St. Louis- Clayton Orthopedic Group and moved to a new office. According to Dr. Jason Browdy, who founded the practice, Spectrum Business helped make the transition easier."
When the Aslup's decided to open a print and design business in Lebanon, Tenn., they knew they needed to offer a convenient way to place orders over the phone and on the Internet. They needed a robust and fast Internet connection, clear phone service, and of course, cost efficiency, so they turned to Spectrum Business for a solution.
AP Sites provides high tech services to other businesses; because of this they need an internet and phone network that is incredibly fast and reliable. That is one reason why they've been a Spectrum Business client for almost nine years.
Barton Health connects about 26 different facilities in northern California and Nevada including ski and community clinics, a surgery center, urgent care, physician offices, a skilled nursing facility, outpatient services, a 24/7 emergency room and hospital with acute care capability. They needed an Internet connection capable of handling constant data transfer. They looked to Spectrum Business for help.
Bethel University takes pride in helping students grow, and they strive to provide students with all the tools they need to accomplish this, including free laptop computers! Making sure every student had a computer solved one problem, but the next challenge was how to get enough bandwidth so students and staff could access all the information they required.
In order to deliver on their promise of round the clock customer service, BRE requires a high level of reliability from the communications provider. That's why owner, Wes Clemons, values the reliable service of the Spectrum Business Bundle.
(CMCS) relied on a (WAN) provided by the local phone company that resulted in slim connections. After sending out a request for solutions, Spectrum Business responded with a Gigabit Ethernet fiber optic solution.
Up until 2010, the various City of Cleburne facilities and departments all had internet and phone, but they were served by two different providers. That meant city employees couldn't easily share files, transfer phone calls, or jointly use software. Spectrum Business was selected to build a dedicated, secure, P2P fiber network that connected all 26 city locations for data and IP phone.
In 1972, mental health care in Jefferson County, Missouri, did not exist. Then, a group of dedicated citizens created Community Treatment, Inc. (COMTREA) which has grown to a comprehensive community mental health center. COMTREA has worked to provide the best professional care and to accomplish this, the organization experienced an increasing need for superior digital connectivity.
Cousins' Country Inn provides comfortable lodging for the growing number of tourists attracted to the area for its recreational activities. The great views continue inside, thanks to Spectrum Business TV."
The DCU Center opened its doors in 1982 with the legendary Frank Sinatra Inaugural Concert. And it's been star performance after star performance ever since—including the communications services of Spectrum Business.
The Eagle Mountain-Saginaw Independent School District is one of the fastest growing school districts in the area, and its increasing need for reliable, flexible, high speed network reflects that growth.
The Ear Technology Corporation had a problem. Customer calls and faxes were dropping and the price of faulty phone service proved costly. ETC worked with Spectrum Business to build a PRI system with 20 direct inward dialing lines, five toll-free lines and a 10Mbps fiber Internet connection that helped them work faster and more reliable.
Robert Stephenson Jr., the IT Director for Greenville Radiology, approached Spectrum Business about some problems with their need of a connection to Greenville Memorial Hospital to transmit digital medical imaging. Spectrum Business expressed a desire to help and delivered.
In these challenging economic times, many businesses are taking a close look at the cost of their communication services, especially phone and Internet. Eastern Washington's HAPO Community Credit Union is one of them, and its quest for greater efficiency led to a money-saving fiber solution from Spectrum Business.
Hesperia Christian School was founded in 1966 by a group of concerned parents in south-central California who wanted to provide a Christian education for their children.
Ironkeep started as a small consulting and network security operation in a cramped one-room office packed with servers. Soon the business grew and prospered, which led them to Spectrum Business in order to gain redundancy for their T1 line.
Jackson County School District faced challenges creating communications systems and opted for a wireless network approved by the state. When that contract expired, they sent out requests for proposals among telecom providers and Spectrum Business answered the call.
"Like a good neighbor State Farm is there. ®" This famous slogan speaks to the company's responsive philosophy of customer service. Leigh Lillibridge State Farm, reports experiencing a similar approach to customer service from Spectrum Business.
Listening Ear Crisis Center operates about 20 group homes for people with disabilities. They were in need of phone, internet and television services in these homes to help better accommodate these people in need.
One of McFarland School District's priorities is to maximize the use of technology and enhance learning and teaching. Unfortunately, as internet demand grew with the times, the district was having a difficult time keeping up.
McKenzie Medical Center is a physician-owned practice that has served the healthcare needs of Western Tennessee's rural communities for over 30 years.
Muzzy Broadcasting Internet service provided by the local phone company wasn't delivering. Rick Muzzy didn't have to look for a better alternative. For some time, Muzzy has been a subscriber to Spectrum Business products.
Mike Tagart, owner of NAPA Auto Parts in Grand Island, Nebraska, knows a thing or two about keeping a vehicle running well. He also knows what's needed today to keep NAPA running well — fast and reliable internet service.
The Northeast Georgia Regional Educational Service Agency wanted to upgrade its broadband and telecommunications service, but it was running into a major disconnect with its local telephone providers.
With clients around the country and employees wanting to save work to the cloud, Not Rocket Science, Inc. needed some additional bandwidth. Spectrum Business stepped in with a 100Mbps Internet connection that brought the company, and its employees, up to speed.
Orchid International, a world-class supplier of metal stampings, assemblies, lamination stampings and die casting products, had been paying "ridiculously expensive" prices for their phone and data services. After switching to Spectrum Business, Orchid now saves almost $1,000 every month.
Zachary Bollen's store is ranked 13th worldwide among Papa John's franchises in terms of sales volume, but voice and DSL Internet service from the local telephone company was simply not delivering.
As a company heavily dependent on fast paced communications, PEAC needed a robust, reliable network that could handle fluctuating demand with no downtime.
Known for its expertise electronic retail, RadioShack definitely knows what it needs when it comes to a dependable high-speed data connection to power each of its retail stores nationwide. No wonder why they turn to Spectrum Business for reliable service.
RAK Chiropractic, a small business in Minnesota, needed a simple phone and Internet solution. They turned to Spectrum Business for high-speed Internet service and a two-line phone system that got them up to speed quickly and cost-effectively.
River Valley Bank's data communications network—a lifeline for business operation—simply couldn't keep up. After many headaches and service outages, the company began exploring whether it could upgrade to higher bandwidth frame relay connections.
With a mobile platform that relies heavily on cloud-based technology for web site hosting, affiliate training and mobile message delivery, SMS Masterminds needed a high-speed, reliable Internet connection and phone service to support its mercurial growth.
Dr. Neuwirth knew that he needed specific things met for each of his buildings communications services, and after considering other providers he chose Spectrum Business to get the job done.
The phone lines are hopping at Trendity Salon in St. Louis, Missouri. This salon has a growing, and eclectic, clientele that seek out the stylists for their skills in making people look fabulous. To help, Spectrum Business offered a beautiful phone and TV package.
When people shop for insurance, they're looking for a peace of mind at good price. Turns out, Unity Insurance Agency was searching for the same things from communications provider and the agency found them with Spectrum Business.
Ursuline Academy, an all-girls' school serving 585 students had an antiquated copper Internet connection that wasn't earning high marks. Spectrum Business worked within the school's budget to extend a fiber Internet connection to the Academy delivering 8Mbps to students and faculty on campus.
As annual sales for Yamaha of Cucamonga sky rocketed, the company's President noticed that telecommunications needed to come up to speed.