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Talking Business have a choice of suppliers to ensure our recommendation will be a perfect fit for your business. 
Splicecom
SpliceCom is an award-winning designer, developer and manufacturer of field proven, reliable, scalable and highly featured soft, hard and virtual voice systems, phones, business management applications and associated connectivity services. SpliceCom offers secure, end-to-end business voice and unified communication solutions, for deployment in on-premise, cloud based and hybrid applications, delivering tangible benefits for every company, irrespective of their industry, size or geographical spread. 
 
Avaya
Avaya offers an array of deployment options to match your infrastructure objectives, from a simple appliance or fully virtualised configuration in your own data centre. It’s the complete mid-market solution for collaboration. Avaya is a complete integrated solution to give you peace of mind through collaboration software plus multichannel contact centres, networking, security and video, all from a single source. Discover how affordable collaboration can be with IP Office–a smaller initial investment, reduced maintenance, and decreased power consumption. 
 
Cisco
Cisco is the worldwide leader in IT that helps companies seize the opportunities of tomorrow. At Cisco customers come first and an integral part of their DNA is creating long-lasting customer partnerships and working with them to identify their needs and provide solutions that support their success. 
 
The concept of solutions being driven to address specific customer challenges has been with Cisco since its inception. Husband and wife Len Bosack and Sandy Lerner, both working for Stanford University, wanted to email each other from their respective offices located in different buildings but were unable to due to technological shortcomings. A technology had to be invented to deal with disparate local area protocols; and as a result of solving their challenge – the multi-protocol router was born.