Bosma’s phone service provider replaced the nonprofit’s aging equipment with a new system—a system that didn’t meet their needs. The nonprofit, which creates meaningful jobs for the blind, needed to quickly find a new phone system.

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Bosma Enterprises empowers its blind, visually impaired, and sighted employees

  • Challenges

    Many Bosma staff were unhappy with the new telephone system. The company’s service provider had installed it to replace an older system. The new solution, however, was more expensive and lacked many of the features Bosma employees needed.

  • Results

    Bosma tried AT&T Office@Hand and realized that it was a perfect fit. The flexible solution delivers a suite of voice fax, text messaging, and conferencing applications that integrate seamlessly with screen reader systems for the visually impaired.

  • Solution

    AT&T Office@Hand gives employees a useful suite of capabilities. AT&T Professional Services managed the Office@Hand deployment, simplifying the transition and helping the organization to benefit quickly from the powerful new services.

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Creating opportunities for individuals who are blind or visually impaired

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About Bosma Enterprises

For more than a century the Indiana-based nonprofit, Bosma, has been creating meaningful jobs for the blind and visually impaired. These are people who would otherwise face a 70% unemployment rate. 
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