Call Us: 877.677.8400
Integrated Systems
Integrated Systems
Integrated Systems

Integrated Systems designs and installs the latest telecommunications and security systems for your office.


At Integrated Systems, we offer state-of-the-art communication services tailored to your business needs. From traditional landline phones with advanced features to Voice over IP (VoIP) systems, we help keep your staff, patients, and clients connected. Our systems add efficiency, security, and professionalism to your practice.


Our Telecommunications Systems include:

  • Phone Systems
  • Voicemail
  • Paging


Phone Systems

A business phone system is one of the most important purchases you can make. You don't want your important business callers to be routed incorrectly, disconnected, or faced with a bewildering array of automated options. That’s why we offer full installation, set-up, support, and training on both traditional and VoIP systems. Our telecommunication solutions include basic multi-line phone capabilities as well as advanced voicemail, paging, and automated message features.


VoIP, a technology that transmits voice calls over computer networks, represents the latest in phone-system technology. It is also very cost-effective, often saving business thousands in phone bills and expenses. VoIP also has advanced voicemail, routing, and “find-me” features. Here are the two basic types of VoIP.




VoIP phone service – This requires a subscription to a VoIP provider. When a VoIP call is placed, it is transmitted as data packets over the Internet until it nears the recipient’s destination, where it is translated into a more traditional format to be connected over standard phone lines. Called Internet telephony, this version of VoIP often allows for less expensive long-distance and international calling.



IP phone system – IP phone systems run over data networks. They are more advanced and often less costly than the traditional PBX system. Advanced features such as voicemail and auto-attendant are standard. Remote location phones are setup just as a local extension.

  • Lower mobile phone/long-distance bills
  • Centralize administration
  • Intelligent call routing
  • Eliminate conference calling fees
  • Easily add or move phone



Find out more about AT&T VOIP Business Phone System - Download Details





At Integrated Systems, we recognize that businesses today require security systems to effectively protect personnel records and equipment. Whether you require basic perimeter protection or total office integration, we specialize in designing the best security system for your needs and budget.


A good video surveillance system can make your business safer, more efficient, and less prone to theft and accidents. Specifically, video surveillance can:

  • Deter potential thieves
  • Monitor cash locations
  • Record evidence to prevent bogus accident claims
  • Identify visitors and employees
  • Monitor hazardous work areas
  • Increase security in and around business premises and parking lots



Recording is essential to the effectiveness of any video security system. Without it, you have to resort to wasting man-hours by having someone monitor video screens during business hours. And even if you spot suspicious activity, without a recording, you have nothing to show police or use in court. Digital video recorders (DVRs), which record onto network hard drives, offer many benefits, including:

  • Storage archiving – The cost of storage is going down every day, so archiving recordings is no longer an issue.
  • Storage quality – Since DVR images are recorded to and retrieved straight from a hard drive, there is no image degradation that occurs from transferring to other media, such as magnetic tape or DVD, both of which can be damaged.
  • Time stamping – DVRs can instantly retrieve images from a specific time or date, or automatically skip to the point on a recording when something changed.
  • Multitasking – Most DVRs let you review images while still recording.
  • Smart monitoring – You can set a DVR to take one picture per second or less—just enough to create a running record. When it detects motion, it can automatically bump the recording speed up to full (30 frames per second), getting every detail of the unauthorized activity.

Access Control

Access-control systems let authorized employees get in and out of various parts of your office while keeping unauthorized people out. Access-control solutions can range from simple electronic keypads that secure a single door to large networked security systems for multiple buildings that can include parking lot gates, integration with time and attendance systems, and multiple levels of security. You can also include software that lets you set access levels for each ID and door, view reports, and conduct audits to see who used a door at a certain time.

There are several components to a security access control system. First you need a way for authorized users to identify themselves and/or unlock access doors:

  • Keypads – Common for single-door security access and less-expensive security systems, keypads are easy to use but less secure than card readers, because users have a tendency to write down the entry code or to “lend” it to others. They also don't provide detailed audit trails unless you provide each employee with an individual code.
  • Card readers and proximity cards – The most popular option in commercial access control, card readers are easy to use, and when a card is lost, it's a simple matter to deactivate it and issue a new one. An access card can also be combined with photo IDs for added security. Because there's no contact between the card and reader, this system is very reliable and suffers little wear and tear.
  • Biometric systems – This system relies on physical characteristics of the users for identification such as fingerprints, handprints, or even retinal scans. They are by far the most secure methods of access control, but initial cost is higher.

Door Locks
You'll also need locks that the security system can control electronically. The two main options for locking standard doors are electric strikes and magnetic locks. Electric strikes are generally cheaper and are better for free exit doors, such as standard wooden or steel doors. Magnetic locks are better suited to aluminum and glass store-front doors, as well as for controlled exits and emergency exits.




Sizing Office Phone Systems

When considering an office phone system, a primary concern is to make sure that the system is the right size for your firm. There are two main factors that will determine the size of the system you need:

Lines – Also called trunks, lines indicate the total number of outside phone lines used by the company.

Extensions – Extensions are needed for every device within the company that connects to the phone system. Most of the extensions will be for telephones. However, fax machines, credit card terminals, modems, and any other equipment that requires a phone connection also require extensions and must be factored into your total.

Even if an office phone system can handle your current phone traffic, you should be sure that it can scale to meet your future needs. The ideal system should be able to handle expansion in a very cost-effective manner.


Contact us today to discuss how we can create an effective network for your business.
877 677 8400





Integrated Systems
Integrated Systems

Contact Us | Employment | Site Map | Privacy Policy

Designed by First Source Web | Copyright © Integrated Systems. 2011