Metropark Communications

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Metropark Communications, Inc.
Type Private
Industry Telecommunications
Founded 1993
Headquarters St. Louis, Missouri
Key people Glenn Conley, Pres. & CEO.
Website www.metropark.com

Metropark Communications is the name of a telecommunications based corporation in the United States. Its popularity with small and medium enterprise started with consolidating multiple vendors into one communication package for subscribing companies.

VCP Program

To achieve a complete and total communication offering, in 1999, Metropark started providing local service, long distance service, internet bandwidth, cellular service, telephony systems, networking systems, computer systems, and support services to subscribing companies. The Metropark business model became known as the Vendor Consolidation Program in 2001.

In 2003, using computer telephony integration technology, Metropark started developing high-end software applications for its subscribing companies and to the software dealer community. These applications provided additional productivity enhancing elements to small and medium enterprise companies.

In 1999, 3Com Corporation partnered with Metropark to develop a VoIP strategy, which included; sales, installation, helpdesk, training, and on-going support for its popular NBX product line.

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