About AM COMMUNICATIONS
AM Communication Services (AMCS) has been providing structured cabling solutions since 1995.
AMCS was previously known as the cable and connectivity division of AM Computer Services, which in 1998 was acquired by a national service and product fulfillment provider.
AM Computer Services served Connecticut businesses, education and government – more... for 18 years and developed AM Communication Services (AMCS) to satisfy a need for structured cabling and connectivity services.
AMCS continues to provide tremendous insight to help our customers to plan, design, implement, maintain and troubleshoot their cable infrastructure and outside plant cabling.
In an industry that seems to foster “here today-gone tomorrow” enterprises, we provide sound, reliable business relationships and a level of expertise that simply cannot be matched. – less
AM COMMUNICATIONS Employer Reviews
horrible company only cares about the bottom line
technician (Current Employee), middleburg hts – March 27, 2013
Work at own risk
installation tech (Former Employee), dayton – July 7, 2012
installation tech (Former Employee), dayton – July 6, 2012
They only cared about getting the job done at any cost.
Cable Installation Supervisor (Former Employee), Middleburg Heights, OH – April 30, 2012
good management and great workers but hands tied by upper management
Field Technician (Current Employee), Brooklyn, OH – March 25, 2012
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