TRACI.net General Manager and President Darin Gull is Today’s Honoree

Darin Gull

“We try to determine the best fit for each and every one of our customers because no two customers are the same,” says Darin Gull, General Manager and President of TRACI.net.

Founded in 1987 as a Mainframe Voice Messaging Service, TRACI.net has adapted to the ever-changing Communications Industry.

In 1997, TRACI.net kicked off their Internet Services Division, which rapidly became the fastest growing division of the company. Specializing in Server Colocation, Dedicated Servers, Dedicated Internet Access, Nationwide dial-up and wholesale web hosting. TRACI.net prides themselves in their commitment to customer service. Being an employee-owned company, each interaction with TRACI.net puts you in touch with a shareholder.

In 2004 TRACI.net launched their Hosted VoIP Division. Targeted towards small to midsize businesses, their Hosted VoIP service eliminates the costs of owning and maintaining a traditional PBX. Businesses can save money while having more features than a traditional PBX system. The best part is that the PBX server is maintained and controlled by TRACI.net, which means no hardware upgrades or service contracts as with a traditional PBX.

TRACI.net is also one of the largest privately held voice service providers in the state of Florida. TRACI.net’s diverse portfolio of products and services, along with a commitment to stay at the forefront of the Communications Industry, is the reason for their thirty years of success.

TRACI.net is dedicated to providing customized solutions to meet your business requirements. They have the resources to keep their customers at the forefront of the Information Age. Let TRACI.net bring you closer to the world and the information you desperately need. The solution is closer than you think.

In case you were wondering…. TRACI is an acronym for –
TRANSMIT, RECEIVE, AND COMMUNICATE INFORMATION.

Visit http://www.traci.net/ for more information.

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