Seattle ShoreTel Provider

Inflow Your Premier Seattle ShoreTel Provider

At Inflow, we recognize that our customers are different - professionals that require a high level of expertise combined with technology that will align with their business objectives.

It's our role to keep our clients looking good by having their back at a moment's notice - offering real-time customer support from communication's professionals on top of their game. Anyone can say they value customer service, but our Seattle ShoreTel tech support represents the future of customer care. In fact, we are maniacal about support, and it's evident in our satisfaction metrics, which we proudly display live and unfiltered on this website.


Inflow Communications - A Better Seattle ShoreTel Provider

  • As the premier Seattle ShoreTel Provider, we provide proven unified communication for business combined with white-glove premium customer care
  • Our Seattle ShoreTel Tech support focuses on speed of response, speed of resolution, and how happy we can make you
  • Everyone at our Seattle ShoreTel tech support center is an Advanced Certified ShoreTel Engineer, because we hire only the best personnel in the industry
  • Track all of your communications data in real time, route calls seamlessly, and view caller data on command with ShoreTel products
  • At Inflow Communications we are crafting the future of customer service and tech support - check our satisfaction metrics for yourself

Seattle ShoreTel Tech Support


Why Choose Inflow as Your Seattle ShoreTel Provider

Most of our team members are Advanced Certified ShoreTel Engineers, proficient and experienced with ShoreTel communications products. In fact, we employ the most certified engineers of any ShoreTel reseller, and this has equated to the most happy customers in the industry.

We offer both on-site and cloud-based ShoreTel deployment, and our new hybrid option allows you to deploy ShoreTel Unified Communications on your own terms. Keep some offices on site while placing others in the cloud, maintaining seamless communications between them with direct dialing and feature transparency.

Our Seattle ShoreTel tech support center offers 24/7/365 support, so you can speak with an advanced-certified engineer any time you face a major issue. During business hours, your call will be answered by an advanced certified ShoreTel engineer within 3 rings. After business hours, you will get a callback on all major problems within one hour.

You can also communicate with our Seattle ShoreTel tech support center via web chat, email, and our customer service portal during business hours. Our incredibly fast response to resolution times equate directly to your happiness, so find out for yourself why we are different than every other Seattle ShoreTel provider.

Experience Seamless Integration and Innovative Support from a Qualified Seattle ShoreTel Provider

Our engineers install a ShoreTel system every week. There is nothing we haven't seen, and because we do one thing, which is why we are the top Seattle ShoreTel Provider.
Test Drive our top-rated support for yourself, and find out why America's most recognizable names in business are making Inflow their communication's gurus.

Our products and services include:
  • ShoreTel Connect On Site
  • ShoreTel Connect Cloud
  • ShoreTel Connect Hybrid
  • ShoreTel Enterprise Contact Center
  • Contact Center for Cloud and Microsoft Skype for Business (InContact)
  • Video Conferencing
  • Network Infrastructure
Close to 100,000 endpoints around the world

Seattle Tidbits

Seattle, Washington is located on a narrow strip of land between the fresh waters of Lake Washington and the salt waters of Puget Sound. There are two mountain ranges just beyond these waters, the Cascades to the east and the Olympics to the west. This community is built around water and on hills. It offers a mild marine climate that encourages abundant natural resources and prolific vegetation.

In 1851, white pioneers arrived in the Seattle region. They established a community and first named it New York. It wasn't long before they soon relocated the short distance across Elliott Bay to what is currently known as the historic Pioneer Square district. The reason for this move was the availability of a protected deep water harbor. Soon, this settlement was named Seattle.

In 1853, a lumber mill at the foot of what is currently known as Yesler's way was constructed and became the primary economic support for the fledgling settlement. A considerable amount of the production from the mill went to the thriving community of San Francisco. However, the mill also supplied the fledgling communities throughout the Puget Sound area. The development of the community was briefly interrupted by an Indian uprising during the winter of 1856. The year 1869 brought the incorporation of Seattle by the territorial legislature. The population of this new community was over 2,000 people.

Despite coal being discovered close to Lake Washington, the 1870's were rather quiet. The coal discovery resulted the growth of another industry whose product also found its way to San Francisco. During the early 1870's, the transcontinental Northern Pacific Railroad Company announced that its western terminus would be located in Tacoma, which was 40 miles south of Seattle. After its completion in 1883, Seattle managed to obtain a connection with the Northern Pacific. During the late 1880's the population of the community soared. The primary industries were coal and lumber, although, the population growth and economic expansion in the community was also the result of the growth of shipping, shipbuilding, wholesale trades, and fishing. In 1889, 500 new wooden buildings were under construction and the population was increasing by 1,000 new people every month. In middle 1889, a devastating fire destroyed many buildings in the center of the business district in the community, but didn't slow down the explosive growth. Although the property damage was in the millions of dollars, nobody died in the fire.

In spite of the arrival of another transcontinental railroad in 1893, known as the Great Northern, the 1890's weren't very prosperous. Although the discovery of gold made Seattle an immediate boom town, the nationwide business depression didn't spare Seattle. The community exploited its already established shipping lines and its closeness to the Klondike to become the primary outfitting point for the gold prospectors.

Seattle, having experienced he rewards of advertising, continued to experience strong growth in the early 1900's. Two more transcontinental railroads, the Union Pacific and the Milwaukee Road systems, arrived in Seattle and substantiated the position of the community as a shipping and trade center, especially with the North Pacific and with Asia.

The population of the community became ever increasingly diversified. The International District was home to many different Asian Ethnic groups, the Japanese operated hotels and truck gardens, African Americans worked as waiters, and railroad porters, and the Scandinavians worked in lumbering and fishing. There were also significant communities of Filipinos, Jews, Chinese, and Italians.

The shipbuilding industry in Seattle was transformed by WW I. The war also brought national attention to Seattle, when, in order to maintain their high wages during wartime, the shipyard workers went on strike against the shipyards in early in 1919. This resulted in the Seattle general strike between February 6 and 10, which was the longest strike in the history of the United States. The strike fueled the postwar American fears about socialists and radicals, although it lacked a cogent objective. This general strike helped to establish the reputation of Seattle as a hotbed of political radicalism.

Throughout the 1920's Seattle also had a reputation for a bust and boom economy. There were depressed conditions in lumber and shipbuilding trades. The 1930's Depression hit Seattle especially hard, with shacks for housing and nearly 1,000 unemployed men grew up at an abandoned shipbuilding yard located just south of Pioneer Square. There was an economic rebound resulting from WW II as the shipyards were thriving again. In 1916, the Boeing Company was established as a moderately successful manufacturer of aircraft. Now it had increased its sales to $600 million annually from $10 million annually and increased its workforce by over 1,200%. However, by the end of the war, there was an economic slump in the region that persisted until the middle of the 1950's.

In the late 1950's, Boeing successfully introduced the 707 commercial jet airliner, which forecasted another surge of municipal optimism. The futuristic Century 21 Exposition, otherwise known as the World's fair was sponsored by Seattle in 1962. The fair featured the Space needle, the Monorail, the Pacific Science center, and a complex of entertainment, sports, and performance halls.

Seattle is proud of its cultural and arts institutions, such as the downtown art museum, and the many live theaters. It is also proud of the Pike Place market, Pioneer Square, its collegiate and professional sports, as well as the beauty of their surroundings. Seattle is also a community of parades that aren't always respectful of its own brief heritage and not as radical as its legend would make one believe. Although it has many homeless, it is a community of many homes. It is a community that demands to remain untouched, but also wants great growth.