By visiting table 77/78, budget-conscious New Jersey K-12 superintendents, school business administrators, and IT professionals can learn about Xtel’s broad range of telecom and IP-based services

May 15, 2014, Marlton/NJ – Xtel Communications announces that they will exhibit at the New Jersey Association of School Administrators (NJASA) 32nd Annual Spring Conference May 22nd & 23rd at Bally’s in Atlantic City, table 77/78. The conference addresses K-12 school leadership and the latest educational developments and best practices to help school administrators maintain a professional and personal balance in their lives.

The NJASA Allied Member Display Areas are an integral part of the conference offering both new and time-tested products and services that help make districts work more effectively. This is the perfect opportunity for administrators to see the latest tools and best resources available in education.

“K-12 education is becoming more and more technology driven,” notes Liz Sorino, Xtel’s Executive Vice President. “Modern digital earning requires lots of bandwidth and school business administrators and technology directors are searching for creative ways to stretch their shrinking budgets, while retaining the best quality IP based services,” she adds. “Since our inception in 1994, we have specialized in affordable and reliable communications services for New Jersey schools, currently providing service to over 400 districts. We hold three separate MRESC (one of the largest K-12 buying co-ops in New Jersey) bids covering, data/broadband/hosted services, wide area network (WAN) services, and local and regional calling.”

About Xtel Communications, Inc.
Xtel Communications, Inc., a regional facilities-based Competitive Local Exchange Carrier (CLEC) in its 20th year of operations, provides local, long distance, Internet and cloud-based services to businesses, schools, and local government entities in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware.


About the Author:

Andrea Jones

Andrea Jones is a technology specialist in Virginia. A former French teacher, she currently supports technology integration in a middle school.