Appia Communications Inc., a provider of managed communication and network services, which is on a mission to help its customers realize the many benefits of IP technology in a cost-effective manner, has brought Indianapolis within the purview of its managed solutions.
Hence, all office building and campuses in the state that are Appia-connected will not only be able to simplify operations but will also be able to save capital and operating expenses.
"Our customers often save more than 50 percent per month over their current phone and Internet bills," said Ed Forester, Appia's director of tenant services, in a press release. "We also provide value to building owners. In today's competitive real estate market, being Appia-connected is an advantage because it effectively reduces the customer's cost per square foot."
With best-of-breed technologies, round-the-clock support, more uptime for network devices, use of modern technologies for conferencing and much more, Appia's Managed Solutions help small and medium companies to compete more effectively against larger enterprises.
"We are happy with the way the Indianapolis market is responding to this new product," commented Appia's president, Victor von Schlegell. "Customers maximize their communication dollar and building owners get an edge in the market."
Customers can exercise the option to choose between high-speed Internet access, business lines, VoIP phones or SIP trunks, video conferencing, virtual desktop services, and more.
Appia has been recognized as one of America's fastest-growing private companies (Inc., 2007-10); one of the fastest-growing solution providers in the technology industry (CRN, 2009-10); and one of the top managed service providers in the world (MSPmentor, 2009-11). Appia has also been named one of the 2010 Michigan 50 Companies to Watch by the Edward Lowe Foundation.