“I was recently put in charge of cost cutting measures for our company when I received a call from Cooperative Communications, Inc. I met with an Account Manager and a technical specialist and it was not long before they realized that much of our monthly spending was a result of inefficient use of voice and data lines. That was nearly a year ago – I still hear from my Account Manager but it’s usually just to check in with us.”
“I was leery to select someone other than Verizon or AT&T because they were all I had known. However, Cooperative Communications, Inc’s cost savings and professionalism was just too great not to give them a chance. Reliability is the same, but the savings have been amazing.
I have had my Account Manager schedule a proactive meeting to provide me additional services and functionality, while reducing my current spending with them – who does that?”
“Our organization was hitting a big growth spurt just prior to Hurricane Sandy. Unfortunately, Sandy set us back a bit as we lost our phone system in two of our three offices. We were referred to Cooperative Communications, Inc by a client of ours. After a complete analysis of our current infrastructure, Cooperative Communications, Inc proposed a comprehensive solution. Their solution included a hosted phone system that would have kept us functioning throughout the Sandy tragedy. Today we have a feature-rich, easy-to-use phone system and a significant savings in our telecom budget.”
“Cooperative Communications, Inc made it simple – my contract with another provider was about to expire and Cooperative Communications, Inc offered me a significantly better price. Since then my costs are down and my service is up. Cooperative Communications, Inc simplifies telecom.”
“After conducting a comprehensive analysis of a number of different vendors, I decided on Cooperative Communications, Inc. Their analysis against my current telecom spend was comprehensive and they assured me of a fixed monthly budget that I could count on. The bill is simple to read and not a penny more than they told me it would be!”