Think I.T. moves to Orcon & Vodafone

A routine review of Think I.T.’s own telecommunications requirements opened up new possibilities for our clients. Think I.T. can now offer businesses an integrated IT service package that includes Orcon data connections. We were also concerned that the third-party telecommunications solutions being offered previously were not competitive enough.

“We looked at the market and the best solution we could find was Orcon. As a result of this, we signed a deal to resell Orcon data links, as well as their business grade VoIP telephone service,” says Kerry Wilson, Operations Manager of Think I.T.

This led to a further development, as Orcon put Think I.T. in touch with Vodafone. “We realised Vodafone could help us by providing mobile connections,” says Kerry. “It is a mutual agreement where we refer business to each other with no added costs for clients at all.”

Putting our money where our mouth is, Think I.T. moved our own data, telecommunications and mobile services from our previous supplier to Orcon and Vodafone. Our own experience suggests that clients will achieve significant savings by switching.

“The numbers are compelling,” says Kerry. “Over the course of a year, we can achieve telecommunication savings of over $10,000, and achieve these savings without losing any quality and, in fact, gaining functionality.”

“If any businesses out there aren’t sure if they have the most effective and cost-efficient telecommunications, Think I.T. will work with them to see if there is a better option available.”

Plus there is another major benefit for businesses doing their IT, data links and telecommunications through one provider. “It means there is only one number to call if there’s a problem. As modern communications develop there is increasing crossover between IT and Telecommunications. If things go wrong, it would be a simple matter of calling us and we’ll work with you to solve the problem – wherever the fault may lie” says Kerry.


David Johnston
"Successful business is a result of interconnecting partnerships all working in synergy for a common goal. Our job is to ensure the efficiency and effectiveness of the strands that link it all together."

David Johnston
Think I.T. Team

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