Unified Technologies

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Unified Technologies is a communications technology company with locations in Louisville and Lexington, KY. We are an employee-owned company dedicated to providing the best solutions at the highest level of service and support in the areas of Communications, Security & Structured Wiring, and Carrier Services.Unified Technologies was formed as a result of 27 industry veterans coming together with the sole purpose of providing the highest level of service available in the market. Combined, this team comprises over 400 years of industry experience and is 100% focused on putting the customer first in everything we do.

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