Advanced Communications Riverina will take the time to understand your business inside and out when it comes to telecommunications.
Business directors Adam Dunn and Joel Moller built the company from the ground up when they started 13 years ago.
The pair have more than 30 years experience in the telecommunication industry between them.
They started working out of one car and within six months had an established business.
Today, there are 16 staff working from the office on 94 Hammond Avenue. All the staff are locally based and highly skilled in communications.
Advanced Communications looks after thousands of businesses in the Riverina and further afield.
While they mainly install and service telephone systems, CCTV and nurse call systems are starting to take over as the big ticket items.
The team pride themselves on installing and serving quality structured cabling.
“We are accredited and certified to install cabling and give warranty certificates for our work,” Mr Dunn said.
“We provide quality assurance.”
Keeping customers happy and connected after they have purchased a system is a major part of the business.
“We’re here, we’re based in Wagga, our staff are locals, our clients can expect local service,” Mr Dunn said.
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One happy client is IT project manager at Kurrajong Waratah, Crispin Lowe.
Advanced Communication has been working with the business for 13 years.
During this time they have set up and maintained all their communication needs including phone systems, fixed lines, ADSL, access points, cabling, switching and complex data.
“I’ve known Joel as a communications technician for 19 years and I’ve worked with him all that time,” Mr Lowe said.
“They’re fantastic to deal with and we work exclusively with advanced communication for that reason.
“They’ve gone out of their way to understand our organisation.
“All of the staff understand how to work around the businesses we have.
“One of the many benefits we have working with them is that they understand we are not for profit and they are able to do things in the most cost-efficient way.”
Let the locals explain the NBN
With the NBN becoming available in most parts of Wagga many businesses are looking to upgrade their connection.
However, Advanced Communication director Adam Dunn warns that making the switch without the right information can be costly and time consuming.
During the NBN rollout sales people from Sydney are inundating Wagga businesses and pressuring them for a sale.
“It’s not true that you need a new phone system, there are different ways to connect,” Mr Dunn said.
There is also no rush to change over to the NBN with an 18 month grace period from when the NBN goes live before the copper network is switched off.
“There is a lack of information about the NBN. At the end of the day we are here to help all businesses with their NBN connection,” Mr Dunn said.