The world of business communication systems—phone systems, data and internet, videoconferencing, surveillance—is filled with a plethora of options and a mound of questions. Cloud versus on-premise hosting. Scalability. Reliability. Cost. ROI. Cable infrastructure needs.
Get a behind-the-scenes look at the latest business telecom technologies from Pacific States Communications. Phone systems with iPad docking stations, HD video conferencing and surveillance tools are changing the way business is conducted.
Pacific States Communications is a Reno start-up success story in a world of giants. To better support its steady growth, the company has just moved to a new location on S. Rock Boulevard in Reno.
Building a career in telecommunications from the ground up, founder Tim Madden started as a lineman for a national telecom company. By 1986, after advancing to regional vice president, he had a vision of starting his own telecommunications company that focused on its employees and customers—whom he felt were getting lost as major companies in the industry were merging.
That year, he and his wife, Patti, launched Pacific States Communications, a small operation made up of the two owners plus a part-time technician. Twenty-eight years later, PSC employs more than 25 people and serves 2,400 customers.
PSC was built on Tim’s commitment to integrity and quality. When Tim passed away in 2006, Patti took over as president. She and Tim have been driven by the belief that providing reliable products, comprehensive solutions and high-quality customer service was the way to give more to customers and employees. That philosophy has sustained a team of dedicated employees who have worked for the company for an impressive 245 combined years with a total of 350 combined years in the industry.
Wednesday, March 12, 2014,
5:30 – 7:30
- $15 – NCET members
- $25 – non-members
- $10 – children under 18
- $35 – walk-ins and all payments made at the door
Please note: Members or non-members who would like to bring a child under 18, please register yourself first and then re-register for your child.
Pacific States Communications
240 S. Rock Blvd., Suite 117
For more information, contact NCET at (775) 453-0130 or info@NCET.org.