First I would like to thank you for taking the time to visit
our site. I understand all too well that time is short for
people in business, and it seems like its getting shorter
I started Teleteria after spending eleven years in sales for MCI, SPRINT, and AT&T. First, as a telemarketing rep for MCI in 1983 making six dollars an hour, eventually rising to the level of National Account Manager. During this period I had many successes and many failures. It is said that we learn more from failure then success. I agree whole heartedly with this, for it is due to me failures that Teleteria was born. See for me, corporate life was a square peg in a round hole. My life goals were not going to be realized in this environment, and I am very thankful that I realized this at the time I did.
I looked around at different possibilities and starting talking about the Internet. Actually, everyone was talking about the Internet. Internet? Computers? I didn't own one. Challenging? Lets start a company to build and host web sites. But you don't own a computer, you dont know how to use one and you dont have any money because your living paycheck to paycheck. Challenging? Very challenging and very rewarding. Nearly 10 years later we have a company with seven figures in annual sales and double digit growth every quarter.
How? Simple. We do whatever we need to do to provide quality service at the lowest prices to our customers. We do it every day, seven days a week, and were always looking for more opportunties all the time.
I have attended and spoken at internet trade shows all over the US, Canada, and Europe. Visiting places like Budapest, Prague, Vienna, Madrid, Cannes, Paris, Rome, Amsterdam to name a few. I have been written about on the front page of The Wall Street Journal, which was quite a thrill.
Whats next for Teleteria? We are trying to bring on as many hosting customers as possible, as the more we add, the more bandwith we can buy and the cheaper we can get it. But, we are careful not to get bandwith at such a low price that are customers sites have the potential to go offline at any time. We rent space for our servers at globix.com. The price is a bit high but they are never down. They are located on Centre St in lower Manhattan just a few short blocks from ground zero. On 9/11 our servers were not down for a second. During the blackout the eastern seaboard of the US suffered during the summer of 2003, again, our servers were not down for a second. That type of service costs money, the lesson is you cant have dependable hosting and cheap hosting. Again, back to the cake and eat it story. I hope by now you understand Teleteria a little bit more. Please call on us and help us to understand you and your needs and we will work hard to bring you on board and harder to sustain your trust and business. Thank you for the time you took to read about us.