TelePacific Takes Lead Over DSCI to Enhance Potential Nationwide Audience
LOS ANGELES, CA: Managed services and business communications solution provider TelePacific Commnications, has made a definitive contract to takeover DSCI to enhance its potential and territory to a nationwide audience. DSCI, a hosted communications, managed IT, and connectivity service provider firm will be serving TelePacific’s already robust managed services portfolio with further depth and unified communications capabilities. The agreement between the two companies took place in a private meeting and the terms of the collaboration are not disclosed.
Customized to the emerging demands of its business customers TelePacific presently controls 55 straight quarter growth in order to boast customer-focused service and communications solutions. Half of TelePacific’s business services are in rapidly developing segment though DSCI management. TelePacific Communications is headquartered at California, Nevada and Texas whereas DSCI is a Massachusetts based managed services provider.
"Bringing DSCI's industry-leading technology and passion for serving customers into TelePacific makes incredible sense," says Dick Jalkut, President and CEO, TelePacific. “We were looking to bring hosted PBX in-house but found something much more valuable. DSCI is a leader in Unified Communications and Managed IT that help remove the constraints of geography, technology and CAPEX that can hobble business growth. We fill in each other's gaps and see enormous opportunities for growth that our combined resources open up on an expanded national stage," explains Jalkut.
The collaboration in between DSCI and TelePacific will be fruitful for the customers. The DSCI’s hosted unified communications and managed IT services are designed to meet the growing complex requirements of business towards TelePacific continuity, cloud and connectivity solutions portfolio.
"Since the first time we met with TelePacific, it's been clear that there is a very strong cultural alignment between our companies," comments Sean Dandley, President and CEO, DSCI. "We both believe that the most critical component of our success is an unwavering focus on the customer. TelePacific is impressed with the level of excellence across all of DSCI, and they're committed to helping us grow and thrive even more," adds Dandley.
DSCI will work under the leadership of the same old senior management team; however the company will function under its own name as a TelePacific Company. In addition, the products of the collaborated companies will be brought together.
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