Hotel phone manufacturer Cetis opens new Colorado headquarters

Cetis, Inc., manufacturer of Teledex , TeleMatrix and Scitec brand analog and VoIP hotel phones, has announced the purchase and opening of the company’s new 4.3 acre corporate headquarters campus located at 4975 N. 30th Street at the base of Pikes Peak in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Located in the area known as the Garden of the Gods commercial district, the new Cetis corporate campus operates as a mixed-use space designed for sales, operations, administration, and warehousing. Neighbors include Verizon, Agilent, Fedex, Chefs Catalog, Entegis, and Aeroflex among others.

“We elected to invest in this new Cetis world headquarters campus to help meet the demands of our growing Americas installation base, and more vigorously support Cetis hotel customers and partners, who are helping us grow. We currently ship from six global distribution centers, including the new corporate facility where we stock an average of 300,000+ hotel phones,” Dr. Bing N. Sun, Cetis founder and CEO, said in a statement.

Cetis is a preferred or approved supplier of hotel phones to the world’s leading hotels, hotel franchise corporations, and hotel management companies. In Las Vegas alone it is estimated that more than 250,000 Cetis hotel phones are installed in star-rated hotels.

Formed through the 2006 merger of Scitec and TeleMatrix, and the 2009 acquisition of Teledex assets, Cetis introduced the first Teledex brand hotel phones with programmable guest service keys and a customizable faceplate area. Teledex Diamond Series hotel phones continue to be recognized as the most popular hotel phones in the world. Today, Cetis ships more than 3,000 hotel phones daily, and supports 30+ million phones globally, including 300,000+ hotel VoIP phones.

For additional company and product details, visit www.cetis.com

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