Farmington Municipal Schools
When the CTO of a municipal school district in Northern New Mexico needed to replace his ’90s era voice-over-IP (VoIP) system, he wanted something that was both reliable and easy to manage on his own. So, he turned to Fortinet, a secure networking vendor he had been working with for years. Fortinet helped the CTO replace the legacy VoIP system with a Unified Communications solution based on the FortiVoice Enterprise Phone System and hundreds of FortiFone softclients, which faculty and staff can use on campus or from their homes.
Learn how easily Farmington Municipal School District deployed its new VoIP system and how it is protecting teacher privacy in this case study.
Less VoIP administrative burden for busy district CTO
95% reduction in time to complete onboarding tasks for new VoIP users
90+% cost savings compared with legacy VoIP solution
Preservation of teacher privacy when making work calls from personal devices
Rapid rollout of new solutions: 1,000 FortiFone Softclients set up in a few minutes
Ability to meet student connectivity needs whether at home or in private daycare facilities