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Maui County chooses ShoreTel to help save 20 percent on telecommunications costs

ShoreTel (NYSE: SHOR) said that the county of Maui, Hawaii, has selected ShoreTel for its ongoing unified communications needs.

Once the implementation is complete, ShoreTel technology will serve 1,600 employees across 65 sites resulting in an estimated telecommunications cost savings of 20 percent per year, according to the county of Maui.

Consisting of the islands of Maui, Molokai and Lanai, Maui County needed an easy-to-use, reliable, and scalable communications solution that could be implemented quickly and easily across multiple sites. Working with ShoreTel partner Pacific Data Systems, the county selected a ShoreTel unified communication solution displacing their outdated legacy system for its network resiliency, ease of installation and administration, and ShoreTel´s excellent reputation. The ShoreTel IP-PBX solution with integrated unified communications is already in use at the Wailuku Police Station (220 phones) and in various county departments in Maui (100 phones), with roll-outs taking place every month through June 2014.

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