SolveForce has announced plans to expand its services in the state of Indiana.
The company will provide quality service and a large number of providers to businesses in the area. Businesses can expect a range of services at very competitive rates and real-time quotes for numerous services.
Saving money is the focus of most businesses in the current environment, and SolveForce says enterprises can accomplish this goal through the use of Cable Internet, ADSL, DSL, SDSL and Satellite Internet.
SolveForce offers very local services and can connect remote offices. Its services should be welcome in Indiana as many start up businesses search for this type of service.
Smaller businesses can also leverage Internet services such as VoIP as they are cheaper compared to traditional telephony packages.
“SolveForce offers lower prices and better service than any other telecommunications service. It offers its customers the best services and largest selection of providers,” said a company spokesperson.
The company plans to make available Metro Ethernet, Fast Ethernet and Gigabit Ethernet for Fort Wayne companies. Evansville businesses will be provided with T1 Internet, T3 Line and Point to Point Lines.
The city of South Bend will get to use Metro Ethernet Connections, and Hammond will soon benefit from VPN and VPLS private networks.
SolveForce was recently nominated for the TA customer service award, and prides itself in providing the lowest prices and best value for its services. It will also provide other technology throughout Indiana, including Cloud Computing Broadband services, Ethernet-as-a-Service (EaaS), Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) and more.
SolveForce was in the news earlier this month for offering the best prices in Telecom facilities in Alaska with competing providers.