Teletouch Communications, founded in 1964 and headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas, delivers superior consumer electronics, electronics solutions, and wireless connectivity services to a wide platform of consumers ranging from businesses to state and federal government agencies in the United States and around the globe. These products run the gamut and are offered through an abundance of retail locations as well as various direct distribution agreements with manufacturers and via multiple retail e-commerce websites.
Operating through its wholly owned subsidiary, Progressive Concepts, Inc., or PCI, the company also offers AT&T wireless services and mobile, portable, and personal electronics products through a venue of about 30 local company agents in the Dallas/Fort Worth and San Antonio areas. These agents, far from being merely part of a distribution chain for TLLE, provide expert sales, service, and onsite training for those lost in today's mobile electronics revolution.
PCI, offering products and services under the Teletouch and Hawk Electronics brands (hawkelectronics.com, hawkwireless.com, and hawkexpress.com), provides a comprehensive suite of wireless telecommunications solutions including cellular, GPS-telemetry, and wireless messaging to an array of entities ranging from Tier-1 (AT&T) to Tier-3, and including rural carriers, auto dealers, and smaller consumer electronics retailers. In this configuration, PCI supports a network of more than 20 retail and agent-oriented locations whose knowledgeable sales and service employees assist customers in buying, understanding, and servicing such devices as the Apple iPhone and two generations of MTX Audio Thunder Marine amplifiers.
In business for 25 years in the same location, PCI offers auto and truck accessories, Bluetooth headsets, car audio and security, cellular communications, digital antennas for communication on land and at sea, tablets, marine electronics, and vehicle and travel chargers. The subsidiary also provides hands-free accessories, mobile video, navigation, and public safety equipment. PCI even offers rear vehicle collision avoidance systems by both Brandmotion and Boyo, featuring such "must haves" as a Ford aftermarket truck rear view backup camera to avoid the rare but devastating (and potentially lethal) accidents that happen in driveways or parking spots between trucks and compact cars or small children, or pets, all of which fall below the truck driver's visual threshold as a result of a truck's higher and wider profile.
In recognition for its reliable sales and consistent customer service record, and its all-inclusive Whelen and Havis product line of public safety, emergency vehicle lighting, and siren equipment, Teletouch Communications was recently accorded a multi-year GSA General Services Administration (GSA) Contractor license.
The GSA is an independent arm of the federal government which acts as overseer, protecting, managing, and allocating funding to various government properties and agencies. Addition to this select and limited GSA certified providers list provides Teletouch with a huge opportunity to demonstrate even further its exceptional handling of sales and service from a line of top quality products designed to assist city, state, and federal entities in responding to public safety and emergency management situations.
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