Their existing telephony infrastructure had aged beyond manufacturer end of life, becoming more difficult and expensive to maintain. Replacement parts were increasingly difficult to source when the district’s fragile infrastructure would periodically fail. The physical wiring at the district’s high school and middle schools was becoming more unreliable with time and could not be replaced cost-effectively.
After a long and careful review of their options, Brush School District selected Mitel’s MiCloud Business for Education solution for their 203-seat, five-site telephony infrastructure replacement. Completely cloud-based, MiCloud Business provided a highly reliable, feature complete suite of hosted VoIP services – including extension dialing, auto attendant, call conferencing, E911 support, district-wide paging and voicemail-to-email capability – without the need to install new physical infrastructure.
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