Comcast Biz connects environmental group
Weavertown Environmental Group, an environmental and industrial consulting and services company, has signed up for Comcast Business ...
Weavertown Environmental Group, an environmental and industrial consulting and services company, has signed up for Comcast Business (NASDAQ:CMCSA) fiber-based Internet and phone services across five offices in Pennsylvania and Ohio.
Founded in 1981, Weavertown Environmental Group provides environmental services ranging from emergency cleanups and towing to asbestos removal and site remediation.
"We need an Internet and phone solution that we can count on, just as our customers rely on us to do the job right. Our previous network would go down at least once a week and could not properly handle our business-critical applications like construction accounting software, truck diagnostic solutions and internal collaboration tools," said Taylor Ford, IT administrator for the Weavertown Environmental Group. "The move to Comcast's all-fiber network eliminates these issues and ensures reliable communications."
Weavertown Environmental Group implemented a meshed Ethernet Network Service (ENS) to provide redundancy across five offices along with a 100 Mbps Ethernet Dedicated Line (EDI) at its headquarters in Carnegie, PA. Additionally, the company installed 75 seats of Comcast Business VoiceEdge, a cloud-based unified communications solution.
"Our new services give us the network capacity that we need at a highly competitive price point and with customer service that can't be beat. Upgrading our services has made us a faster and more agile organization which allows us to meet the needs of our customers even better than before," said Ford.