Category Archives: Phone Systems Orange County
CG Landscape was introduced to me a few months ago when they were considering moving to their new location in Anaheim. We talked about their vintage system and discussed the benefits of the new technology. They chose the new technology … Continue reading
Brook Ellis pet hospital went with the NS700 on a recommendation from another veterinary hospital that has used Panasonic for years. They noticed immediately how easy it was to use the Panasonic compared to their old ATT system. They also … Continue reading
Video Resources has done shoots worldwide. When I was in today, they were doing a shoot in their studio. I have met some of their customers who come to use equipment available to help Videographers that need to rent high … Continue reading
Here is another example of a company having east coast and west coast connectivity. They use the Panasonic Gateway as well as SIP trunks to communicate to the east coast facility. They manufacture data, phone and video cables. They operate … Continue reading
The phones that you see in the pictures directly dial to the Philippines, Bali, Nevada, Florida, and other locations of this owner of the NS700. Headquarted in Costa Mesa, they are in touch all over the world.
Dialing out and picking up a call at another station. VID00029 Showing the 24 flexible buttons as well as the stored names. VID00028 Click on a link to download the Video.
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Rosell Surveying and Mapping chose to upgrade their old Panasonic digital system to the new NCP 500 IP PBX using the KX-NT553 IP network sets and the KX-TVA50 voice mail system. The new KX-NT553 is self labeling so no paper … Continue reading
Shapes Brow Bar has locations across the United States and in undergoing a revamping of customer service and membership services centers. Calls will be handled by Panasonic NCP1000 and NS1000 PBX’s using SIP trunks to efficiently communicate with the over … Continue reading