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 Los Angeles 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 Los Angeles ShoreTel Provider
As the premier Los Angeles ShoreTel Provider, we provide proven unified communication for business combined with white-glove premium customer care
Our Los Angeles ShoreTel Tech support focuses on speed of response, speed of resolution, and how happy we can make
Everyone at our Los Angeles 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
Los Angeles ShoreTel Tech Support
Why Choose Inflow as Your Los Angeles 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 Los Angeles 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 Los Angeles 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 Los Angeles ShoreTel provider.
Experience Seamless Integration and Innovative Support from a Qualified Los Angeles 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 Los Angeles 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)
Los Angeles Tidbits
In 1781, the great community of Los Angeles was established. The community was given a name that translates into our Lady the Queen of the angels of Porcincula. Although during the 1800's the new settlement had a population of 315 people, originally there were only a handful of families living in the area. In 1822, the Plaza Catholic Church was constructed. The new community of Los Angeles was growing steadily, until 1847 when American forces captured Los Angeles.
Americans rushed to live in Los Angeles and the surrounding region with the 1848 discovery of gold in California. The year 1850 brought the incorporation of Los Angeles. The first newspaper arrived in the community of Los Angeles in 1851. By 1870, the population of Los Angeles had increased to 5,614 people. However, Los Angeles suffered some major floods between during the winter of 1861 and 1862. Although Los Angeles recovered, two years of drought followed the floods.
For the sake of their own health, many people relocated to Southern California during the late 1800's. The climate was believed to improve, if not, heal many different health conditions. In the meantime, the California orange industry was booming during the 1870's. The first streetcar started operating in Los Angeles in 1874. Los Angeles was connected to San Francisco by railroad in 1876. In 1880, the University of Southern California was established. Oil was discovered in Los Angeles in 1892. As the result of this growth, the community grew very quickly and the population of Los Angeles was more than 100,000 people by 1900. In the meantime, in 1893, the Bradbury Building was constructed.
Many Mexicans and Japanese relocated to Southern California during the early 1900's. There were also many African Americans who arrived and lived in Los Angeles during this time period of WWI. In the meantime, a man named Abbot Kinney constructed the city of Venice in 1904. However, there was a major problem supplying its residents with water in the arid climate of a growing city. In order to supply the city with water, between 1908 and 1913, the Los Angeles aqueduct was constructed. A filmmaker named Cecil B. DeMille hired a barn in the suburb known as Hollywood for film making also in 1913. The film making industry boomed in Los Angles during the following years.
Los Angeles continued to thrive during the early 1900's, and had overtaken San Francisco in size by the early 1920's. The community of Los Angeles had a population of more than 1.5 million people by 1939. In 1923, the Biltmore Hotel opened and the famous Hollywood sign was first erected, also in 1923. In 1927, the Roosevelt Hotel opened, and in 1928, City Hall was completed. In 1939, Union Station was completed.
However, Los Angeles suffered during the great depression of the 1930's, much the same as the rest of the country. From 1935 to 1939 many people from Oklahoma fled the dust bowl and headed to the Los Angeles area. Although the Japanese residents were still interned, during WW II, Los Angeles was booming again. However, during some of the 1900's all didn't go smoothly in Los Angeles. There were riots known as the Zoot Suit Riots during which Mexican people were attacked during the summer of 1943.
During the early 1900's, Los Angeles continued to boom and by the early 1920s. It had overtaken San Francisco in size. By 1939 it had a population of over 1.5 million. However, during the Great Depression of the 1930's, Los Angeles suffered, much the same as the rest of the country. From 1935 to 1939, many people from Oklahoma fled the dust bowl to the Los Angeles area. During WW II, Los Angeles was booming again. However, during some of the 1900's all didn't go smoothly in Los Angeles. There were riots known as Zoot Suit riots during the summer of 1943, in which Mexican people were attacked.
Los Angeles was once again struck by riots in 1965. The Los Angeles police stopped and question an African American on August 11th. The riots that ensued resulted in 34 people being killed. Then four Los Angeles police officers beat an African American man who was driving named Rodney King. However, during their trial, the four police officers were acquitted. The result was three days of rioting, which left 58 people dead. Los Angeles was struck by an earthquake in 1994, which measured 6.7 on the Richter scale. Numerous people were injured and 57 people lost their lives as the result of this earthquake. There was also billions of dollars of damage as the direct result of this earthquake.
However, the service industries boomed during the late 1900's. Tourism is now a flourishing industry in Los Angeles. A Museum of Tolerance opened in 1993. Los Angeles is also a thriving financial center. The current population of Los Angeles is 3.8 million people.
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