TULSA, Okla. – Terra Telecom has teamed with Trans-Tel Central, a Native American-woman-owned IT solutions company, to continue providing advanced telecommunications solutions to IHS throughout its 10 locations.
Terra Telecom, an Alcatel-Lucent business partner, has worked with IHS for more than five years helping improve patient care through more efficient, secure, cost-effective communications solutions, such as voice telephony and unified communications that consolidate services across locations reducing costs and creating better access to patients and care providers.
Terra Telecom is currently upgrading projects for the following facilities; Oklahoma City area office, Clinton Medical Clinic, Lawton Indian Hospital, Wewoka Medical Clinic, Pawnee Medical Clinic, Haskell Medical Clinical, Holton OEH, Okmulgee OEH, Shawnee OEH, Claremore Indian Hospital, El Reno Medical Clinic and Pawhuska Medical Clinic. Terra is implementing an interactive call center solution in many of the locations.
“The award of this contract demonstrates Terra’s commitments to quality, performance and superior customer service,” Wade Clark, Terra Telecom CEO. “Our strong reputation in the enterprise industry has been built on our experience implementing complex solutions in both government and private sectors since 1980. These strengths, together with our customer centric business approach, increase our clients’ total value.”
Terra Telecom is a privately-held company headquartered in Tulsa, Okla. Terra offers a total solution with a broad range of telecommunication, audio/video conferencing, and data networking products.