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eZuce for Public Sector

Budget pressure on local and state governments combined with growing demand for services make eZuce’s highly integrated unified communications and visual collaboration tools an ideal solution. A growing number of school districts and municipalities are realizing significant cost savings and improved efficiency by upgrading their old communications infrastructure to the eZuce Uniteme, Viewme and Reachme solutions.

eZuce works directly with public sector organizations to ensure their requirements are met. Our team is available to provide assistance with RFP and bid responses, joint customer visits, developing price quotes and proposals, along with conducting product demonstrations. eZuce also has deep experience in meeting the requirements of GSA contracts and key educational procurement programs, such as E-Rate.

“Our installation of sipXecs open source unified communications software expanded to over one thousand users and we turned to eZuce for
commercial support and a Service Level Agreement. We have converted to Uniteme and are very satisfied with our support from eZuce.”
Eric Caldwell, CIO, Brazos County
“Uniteme has proven a perfect solution for our requirements. It is easy to turn up new users and
centrally managed making my job much easier.”
Nathaniel Watkins, CIO, Garrett County
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Cost Effective Expert Communications

eZuce has a strong track record with helping local government meet existing and future communications and collaboration needs. Our team of experts are available to define specifications, implement solutions and provide consulting services to meet the most demanding municipal requirements. Learn how Garrett County uses eZuce’s unified communications solutions.Read Customer Success Story
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EF Hutton: Enterprise Unified Communications Then and Now

Funny how things come full circle. My first experience with EF Hutton was as a young Systems Engineer working from the New York office of my first employer. I was managing a project to install new computer systems and software at 350 EF Hutton stock broker offices around the country. At the time, EF Hutton was a household name known as the financial services company […]