When your business-critical applications rely on a connection to the Internet, even a short disruption in Internet service costs your company in lost revenue, customer dissatisfaction, and reduced productivity. No single Wide Area Network (WAN) connection can deliver 100% uptime, so the question isn’t whether your business will lose Internet connectivity, but rather how to protect your business from loss and disruption when it does happen.
The solution represents the amalgamation of hardware and wireless services in a single on-site solution. DLT Internet Assurance Failover does not require upfront hardware investment or separate negotiations with LTE service providers. Options available to reach a broad spectrum of customers ranging from single retail locations to Enterprise level customers.
Don't appear out of business
With the advent of IP telecom and Hosted PBX, internet outage translates to no telephone services. Don't appear out of business
Debit & Credit Always Accepted
Point of Sale check out and cashiers require connectivity. Don't turn away debit and credit purchasers
Employees require connectivity to customers, suppliers and other segments of your business. Can you afford downtime?
"Our payment system is online and reliability is of utmost importance. Traditional internet lines have been less than reliable. DLT Resolution has provided us a solution to this... DLT Failover. This seem-less LTE backup provides immediate connection . When our main internet breaks, the LTE automatically kicks in. This DLT Failover has proven to be invaluable to our business. Thank you DLT."
Bundle your services with DLT Telecom, and keep your business humming like a well oiled machine. Forget the additional headache of managing multiple communication vendors. With one partner to manage it all for you, you can focus on running your business. The DLT Telecom bundles not only save you money, but it is packed with features, offering more value beyond just phone, internet and long distance minutes.
Add what you Need
When you have all your services from the same provider, you have one provider who can troubleshoot for you. When you have multiple providers, you may have to call each company for troubleshooting, and you may have to go back and forth to find out which provider has caused the problem.