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Drive Medical Equipment Chooses NacTel with ShoreTel as its Critical Communications Provider
Date:8/24/2010

business NacTel (North Atlantic Communications) demystifies technology to deliver smart business solutions that make sense and satisfy budgets through a deep expertise of communication technologies, from modest key systems to enterprise networks to sophisticated call centers to Internet Protocol telephony and more.  NacTel provides consulting, design, installation and ongoing service, specializing in designs that offer business continuation solutions that employ, redundancy, resiliency, route diversity, survivability and the wherewithal to keep all employees connected with "office anywhere" feature sets.  

Since its inception in 1980, NacTel has conducted all business under a "trusted business partner" philosophy, offering a complete, full-service relationship that includes planning, products, services and top industry expertise.  As part of this, NacTel customers have enjoyed a single point of contact for every telecommunications need, allowing NacTel to exercise a service commitment based on satisfying all customers, one at a time.  For more information, visit www.nactelsystems.com.

About Drive Medical Design & Manufacturing: Drive Medical is one of the fastest growing major manufacturers and distributors of durable medical equipment in the home healthcare, medical/surgical and rehabilitation markets in the United States. Drive Medical markets over 2,500 products throughout the world and has manufacturing and distribution facilities located throughout the United States, as well as in the United Kingdom, Germany, China, Taiwan, Romania and Canada.  The company's mission is to manufacture and market world class products which focus on innovation, functionality and value to improve the quality of life and to promote independence for the individuals that use Drive Medical products.  For more information, visit https://drivemed
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