Converged Communications

Converged Communications Celebrates 30 Years of Jacksonville Service

Making customer service in IT and tech support a priority since 1985


Jacksonville, FL -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/06/2015 -- Converged Communications is pleased to announce its 30th anniversary of business in the Jacksonville, Florida region, providing IT management services to small- to medium-sized companies.

"Technology has changed significantly in the past 30 years," says President Steve Stephens. "Although we didn't know it then, 1985 was the launch of the desktop publishing revolution. That was the year when PageMaker became available on Macintosh computers. The following year, Compaq released the first computer to use Intel's new 80386 chip, which meant that a personal computer could have the same speed and power as older mainframes. Since then, technology has advanced significantly every year. It will be very interesting to see how much changes over the next 30 years!"

Here is what Joe Provenza, chief information officer for Flagler College has to say about Converged Communications: "You have assembled a great team and the company radiates professional expertise alongside personal care for their customers. This is rare. I greatly appreciate all that you do for Flagler College."

Another customer, Bob Speight, says the following: "Thanks again for all of your efforts in making things work in the chaotic situation that was the move days. I sincerely appreciate the extra efforts that you personally did to make it work (especially when we were changing the rules in midstream)! I have to say that every wire both phone and data worked perfectly, zero errors! That is a testament to you and your employees."

About Converged Communications
Converged Communications has installed business phone systems since 1985, specializing in VoIP systems. The company has partnered with several leaders in industry technology, including Avaya, Mitel, Cisco and Panterra. Company engineers and technical support provide managed IT services, keeping up with the ever-growing increases in technological advances, including cloud virtualization solutions to protect client data.