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NACM - Veracity Networks


NACM Chooses Veracity Networks for Dependable Telecommunications Offerings.


The Utah affiliate of the National Association of Credit Management (NACM) Business Credit Services is an advocate for business to business credit, specializing in the resources that commercial creditors need in Utah. NACM is also a franchise for Kroll Factual Data providing mortgage credit reports in their assigned territory. Its goal is to enhance members’ economic success by providing professional risk management tools and the finest credit related products, services, and education.


The Challenge

With corporate values of integrity and dedication, NACM searched for a telecommunications provider who echoed those same priorities. NACM was dissatisfied with the billing process of its current telecommunications provider and also needed a reliable network in order to constantly provide the management tools and other related services to its members via the web and telephone.


Local Solution

NACM’s president, Dean Wangsgard, was impressed with Veracity’s timely and accurate response to service questions, along with less expensive service offerings. Wangsgard could tell that Veracity Networks’ representatives fully understood the services they provided and which combination of services would be most beneficial to NACM. In 2007, NACM switched its telephone and internet services to Veracity Networks.


World-Class Results

“Veracity has been dependable and reliable from the beginning,” said Dean Wangsgard, President of NACM. “We have greatly benefited from Veracity’s virtually zero downtime on our telecom services; it’s always there and available to use. Veracity Networks’ reduced price was initially caught our attention, but it’s the overall services and network reliability that has kept our commitment through the years.”

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