From local food banks to big names, like the Make-a-Wish Foundation, Mitel's nonprofit customers all need the same thing: efficient and seamless communications with the people they serve. With the right communications system in place, Mitel's nonprofit customers are better able to stay focused on their missions, and spend less time managing unwieldy technology.
Delivering the sustainable and engaging ICT environment Ironbark Aboriginal Corporation needs to improve lives and transform Aboriginal communities.Read More
New Jersey non-profit Bancroft found reduced costs and complexity with MiCloud.Read More
Make-A-Wish needed to keep costs low while upgrading their communications system.Read More
Food for the Poor depended on contact center technology for fundraising, and they turned to Mitel for help with efficiency and connectivity.Read More
Mitel enables Compassion Australia to collaborate more, while spending less.
New Jersey SHARES is a statewide, non-profit organization that provides temporary assistance to individuals and families in need of help paying their energy bills. Its large call volume couldn’t be accommodated, calls were dropped, reporting was unreliable and call monitoring was difficult.Read More
Minnie’s Food Pantry was founded by Dr. Cheryl “Action” Jackson in 2008 in Dallas, TX, with a mission to provide healthy meals and resources to those in need by way of red-carpet treatment.Read More
The United Service Organization depends heavily on it’s VoIP phone service, so they worked with Mitel to ensure that technology was reliable and cost-effective.Read More
The Louvre Lens museum needed to modernize its communications system.Read More
Cooke Center wanted to deploy new phones at two of their locations, so they chose Mitel Connect HYBRID.Read More
In need of a telephony system upgrade, Ronald McDonald House New York began looking for an on-site PBX that was simple and cost-effective.Read More