Many folks throughout the United States are preparing to pack up their cars, kids and vacation gear and head out for Spring Break. It is a bit mind boggling to think this year’s annual “spring” vacation ritual is just around the corner when it was only last week that we were discussing how to avoid the high cost of winter’s severe weather. No matter if chilly temperatures follow you on Spring Break, or if travels lead you to more balmy conditions, many of you will take comfort knowing there’s a welcoming, familiar pit stop waiting for you, roadside. These quick-stops, convenience stores, restaurants, and hotels certainly keep you moving. And for some of the most recognized travel centers, they count on the advanced features found in a top Unified Communications solution to help stay focused on serving you better.
That’s true for Bossleman Holdings, the family-owned company behind many a brightly-lit oasis that beckons to travelers along the interstate. In fact, the Midwestern-based conglomerate’s retail division includes: Pump & Pantry fuel stops; hundreds of Pilot Travel Centers and Flying J Travel Plazas; over 40 Boss Shop automotive service centers; and dozens of hotel franchises. They also have a healthy mix of Grandma Max’s restaurants and diners, food courts, and various other roadside eateries to keep your family and your automobile fueled during your great adventure.
And as for that UC solution assisting Bosselman Holdings’ quest in making life better for American’s drivers? It’s Digium’s Switchvox UC solution that Bosselman Holdings turned to when replacing its aging Shoretel system. Like most companies needing to upgrade to a UC system, Bosselman wanted to save money on overall operating costs, connect a growing mobile and remote workforce, and gain an uplift in customer service capabilities while moving beyond the basic functionality of their legacy phone system.