San Jose Mitel / ShoreTel Provider

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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.

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San Jose Mitel / ShoreTel Tech Support

Why Choose Inflow as Your San Jose Mitel / ShoreTel Provider

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

We offer both on-site and cloud-based Mitel / ShoreTel deployment, and our new hybrid option allows you to deploy Mitel / 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 San Jose Mitel / 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 Mitel / 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 San Jose Mitel / 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 San Jose Mitel / ShoreTel provider.

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Our engineers install a Mitel / ShoreTel system every week. There is nothing we haven't seen, and because we do one thing, which is why we are the top San Jose Mitel / ShoreTel Provider.
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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

San Jose Tidbits

As the result of the abundant supply of water from the Guadalupe River, the Olhone Indians once inhabited the region around what is currently known as San Jose. The first Spanish pioneers called the area Pueblo de San Jose after St. Joseph in1777. Theirs was the first recorded community in what is currently known as California.

These pioneers were not only attracted to the region for the close by supply of drinking water, but also because that same water connected close by communities that the Spanish government had planned. The region was and is also home to, much of the agriculture and farming that fed its citizens.

The Spanish government scaled back plans to relocate additional people to the region, primarily because the San Jose region was growing rather slowly. The Americans didn't arrive until the early 1840's, and were drawn to the opportunities that the land offered.

The region grew rapidly once the word got out that the land was available and fertile. In 1849, San Jose was declared the first capital of California, largely as the result of the rapid growth in the region over the years.

San Jose has enjoyed a dynamic economy that has transferred to such advanced materials and products as high performance and space aged electronics from the original agricultural and farming products. The community continues to be the home of several food processing centers and canneries the feed this nation, as well as being the home of many large manufacturing plants. Being part of Silicon Valley, San Jose has attracted many different electronic and aerospace manufacturing companies.

San Jose is one of the original schools in the region having opened in 1871. Some of the other schools in the region are the close by University of Santa Clara in Santa Clara and Stanford University.

There are many different attractions for both residents and visitors to enjoy in San Jose. Some of the larger points of interest include the San Jose Museum of Art, the Center for the performing Arts, and the San Jose Convention Center. The Historical Museum, Rosicrucian Park, the San Jose Municipal Rise Garden, Kelly Park, and Alum Rock are some of the other attractions in the area.

Prior to white settlers arriving in the region, The Olhone Indians inhabited this region. San Jose was established in 1777. These were peaceful Indians who lived in huts made from grass next to the Guadalupe River.

Spanish settlers arrived in this region in the 1900's. They hunted geese, antelope, and bear. Close to the river, they established the Mission Santa Clara. Since the river often flooded, the mission was relocated many times. It is currently located on the grounds of the University of Santa Clara.

El Pueblo San Jose de Guadalupe was the first civil community in California. It was a farming settlement and the pioneers grew food for the military forces in Monterey and San Francisco. Finally, these pioneers relocated to the region that is currently known as downtown San Jose. In 1778, the first census a population of 68 people of different races living in the area.

Named in 1849 by the people who wanted California to become a new state, San Jose was the first capital of California. Although San Jose was very promising, many visitors were disappointed. The capital building wasn't completed and therefore there wasn't sufficient rooms for the legislators. The weather was often rainy and the people had to sleep in tents. The capital was relocated to Monterey because the people were so unhappy.

Many people arrived in California and elected to remain in the area and grow crops, although they were originally searching for gold. The largest crops in the valley were pears, peaches, cherries, apricots, and apples. The canneries were constructed and the fruit was shipped to other locations. An earthquake hit San Jose very hard in 1906. Numerous people were either killed or injured, homes were damaged, and business buildings collapsed. The population of the community increased to 446,000 people from 95,000 people and 136 sq. mile from 17 sq. miles between 1950 and 1969.

As the result of the high powered technology economy, these days the region is known as Silicon Valley. This all began with two men named Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard in 1938 in a garage in Palo Alto. These days, the Silicon Valley is known everywhere as the hub of the software and computer industries.

There is quite a diverse population in San Jose. Approximately 52% of the population are ethnic groups. After the fall of Saigon in 1975, there were large numbers of Vietnamese who relocated to this region. About 20% 0f the population is made up of Asians. Hispanics make up approximately 27% of the population and are primarily from Central America and Mexico.

San Jose, is located in the Santa Clara Valley about 50 miles south of downtown San Francisco in the northern part of California. In 1847, California became a territory of the US. Between 1849 and 1852, San Jose was the state capital. The year 1850 brought the incorporation of San Jose as a city.

As a supply base for gold prospectors, the community developed commercially. In 1864, the railroad connected San Francisco with San Jose and the community became the distribution point for the agricultural products from the Santa Clara Valley.

These days, the community continues to be the food processing and distribution hub for the surrounding fertile agricultural area that produces seasonal grapes and other fruits. There are over 50 wineries in the valley.