Scott Starost

President and Owner at SDTEK

Location:
930 Boardwalk Suite B, San Marcos, California, United States
Company:
SDTEK
HQ Phone:
(760) 454-0138
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Last Updated 8/28/2017

General Information

Employment History

Project Manager Specializing In Infrastructure Deployment  - Kinesis Partners Inc

Managing Partner  - San Diego Technology Group, LLC

VoIP Conversion Engineer  - 24 Hour Fitness

Education

Bachelor of Science  - Management of Information Systems , Ball State University

Master of Science degree  - BSU Center of Information Communication Sciences

Affiliations

Graduate Assistant and Institute Fellow  - CICS

Web References  

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Scott Starost
President & CEO, SDTEK

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http://www.digium.com/en/company/case-studies/san-diego-balboa-park

When the Balboa Park Online Collaborative (BPOC), a technology-based support organization for venues in the park, saw the success SDTEK had first with the Museum of Art, and then with Mingei, they contacted SDTEK founder and CEO Scott Starost about helping them build a centralized telephone system onto which any, or all, of the standalone members within the park, could connect.
"What we implemented for the Mingei International Museum was a very basic Switchvox system," Starost says. We knew we wanted to work with Scott, so we quickly identified the budget-friendly Switchvox system as the ideal solution for our expansive business phone system project." Starost recommended Switchvox because of its extensive features and its impressive cost savings. Having experience in deploying other competitive solutions, Starost was never fully satisfied with the value those systems provided to his clients. "I have a lot of knowledge about what telecom technologies are available and I am a fan of open source software. When I started SDTEK in March 2007, I was looking for a reliable and affordable telephony solution for small to medium-size businesses," he explains. "Once I started installing Digium Switchvox, powered by open-source Asterisk, I saw how flexible, affordable, and powerful a solution it was. For the past four years, Starost has been exclusively selling, supporting, and maintaining Digium's business communications systems.

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