Established in 1975, North Orange County United Teachers (NOCUT) serves teachers through five district chapters in California. Currently serving over 2,000 teachers, NOCUT assists in: negotiating fair salaries, health and other benefits, leading student-centered educational improvements, supporting professional practice with conferences, workshops, grants, and scholarships, improving learning and working conditions, enhancing and defending professional rights, and providing cost-saving benefits designed just for educators.
“We make sure teachers have everything they need to succeed in their profession and beyond. We help leverage communication between the union and the district. We’re an important connection between educators and administrators,” said NOCUT’s administrative assistant, David Jones.
Reading the reviews with people raving about the customer service at Nextiva made me trust it more. The salesperson’s pitch fit into what the reviews said, and the rest of the process and continuing customer support made me a believer.
David says he began his search for new phone service at the end of 2016, as their copper POTS system was no longer supported by the company that sold it to them.
In addition to an unsupported system, David says their contracts and pricing were subpar and their customer service, “beyond subpar.” His requirement for a new phone system was that it provided solutions to all of those problems.