Happy New Year!

Hi Friends – Before heading out for the weekend, we want to say how grateful we are for YOU, our network of clients, partners, and friends. The relationships we have are truly one of our greatest gifts! We look forward to seeing you and working together in 2024! From all of us at Trust Technology Consultants, have a safe and … Read More

Merry Christmas to all!

Thanks to our partner, Windstream, for a great year and a wonderful Christmas dinner to celebrate the season! Merry Christmas to all! Pictured: Mark Haynes with Mark Crews Mack Slaughter, Mark Crews, Ali Slaughter Larry Harris, Mark Crews, Edward Delivaudais #TrustTechnologyConsultants #Windstream #MerryChristmas

We simplify your search for the best UCaaS

Christmas shopping and technology shopping can be complicated and time-consuming. That’s where we step in. 🎁 We shop for your tech needs to find a perfect fit for your business. With us, there are no one size fits all single provider; we serve as your trusted advisor at no extra cost. We’re TRUST – Trust Technology Consultants. We offer complete … Read More

T.R.U.S.T.

When Mack Slaughter and I launched Trust Technology Consultants business in 2020, we discussed how we wanted people to experience working with our company. We narrowed it down to TRUST: Take the extra step Responsibility Urgency Selflessness and servanthood To be calm in the storm. Our mission is to help clients find, implement, and maintain the highest-quality, most cost-effective voice, … Read More

Happy customers remain customers!

Good morning, There’s lots of focus on providing a great customer experience in business and, for good reason, retention! Happy customers remain customers! One way to improve customer experience is to improve interaction speed! According to TalkDesk’s 10 KPIs that improve customer satisfaction, five out of 10 KPIs have to do with speed! The great news is that hosting Contact … Read More

Teach your Team to Stay Safe with Three Simple Tips from cisa.gov. πŸ”’πŸ’‘

1. Recognize 🚫🧐 Look for these common signs: Urgent or emotionally appealing language, especially messages that claim dire consequences for not responding immediately. Requests to send personal and financial information. Untrusted shortened URLs. Incorrect email addresses or links, like amazan.com A common sign used to be poor grammar or misspellings although in the era of artificial intelligence (AI) some emails … Read More