Situation: In early 2015, SKC Communications began working with the City of Ft. Collins, specifically the Poudre Fire Department, to install a fully functional Polycom videoconferencing suite to replace their existing technology. Solution: The goal was to update their existing Cisco video platform to include systems offering a better overall video experience, both in call quality and flexibility. Also, the City of Fort […]
The Fire Department in Lawrence, Kansas provides services throughout their many stations spread across Douglas County. With nonstop hands-on training classes and requirements the department found themselves away from their assigned stations, therefore leaving potential delays in response times. The challenge was to reduce the time away from the station, allow for more efficient training, and improve department communication.
In 1996, the Oklahoma Army National Guard became one of the first National Guard units to begin using a distance learning classroom.
The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History was in the midst of finishing construction of its new building when officials realized the need for a new telepresence system.
The Clarke County Hospital in Osceola, Iowa is the hospital of choice for many of Clarke County’s residents due to its nearby quality healthcare coupled with a warm and caring environment.
With one of the largest Plexar networks remaining in the State of Missouri, the City of Independence found themselves paying substantial reoccurring costs to maintain this legacy network.