Business communication case study: Acrylic Tank Manufacturing
Good telecommunications keeps it all together, and that’s where Vonage has transformed our business. They aren’t just a vendor, they’re part of the team.
Animal Planet’s most highly-viewed television show, “Tanked,” dazzles customers with aquariums custom constructed to fit the most exotic environments. When selecting a communications service provider, the owners wanted a company who could support the rigorous demands of the entertainment industry as well as keep pace with real-time communication needs. That’s where Vonage came to the rescue.
Work on the go with unified calling features
See eye to eye with clients, in real-time
Vonage unified communications to the rescue
After making it big on Animal Planet, the company’s telecommunications needs escalated to a whole new level. As many as 500 people tour their Las Vegas manufacturing plant daily, and incoming call volume grew exponentially. “If you’ve watched Tanked, then you know we work under intense time constraints and require specific information at our fingertips,” said Wayde King, founder of ATM. “Good telecommunications keeps it all together, and that’s where Vonage has transformed our business. They aren’t just a vendor, they’re part of the team.”
With device-agnostic technology that could span the globe at the touch of a button Vonage’s unified communication solutions gave ATM the mobility and flexibility to keep up with demand while providing the support and service they needed to get the job done right.
Tell us about your business.