Not-for-profit organisation, Church Resources, has launched Office in a Box, a product designed to enable small to medium sized not-for-profits to access the latest voice and data technology, including networking, IT and Cloud-based software.
The company claimed that through a four step process, Church Resources members can select all or parts of the Office in a Box program that provides the ability to build a Wide Area Network (WAN) one site at a time, free calls to all sites on the network with a complete phone directory, unlimited Internet access and NBN, Cloud-enabled ready equipment.
Additionally, Church Resources said staff and volunteers can can work from any location and video conferencing and voice conferences can be added.
The program can be managed via one single service and single pay account.
Church Resources general manager of brand and product development, Mark Hopcroft, said the advent of the digital revolution has meant the lines between telecommunications and computer technology continue to blur.
He claimed the company understands the challenge for many smaller Church Resources members in the not-for-profit sector in identifying the voice and data package that is right for them.
“With Optus as our preferred partner, Church Resources has an intimate knowledge of the design and types of ICT services that small to medium not-for-profits require. Using our knowledge and feedback from the NFP sector, we have built Office in a Box to provide a complete suite of products to our members at an affordable rate.”