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Opportunity Aplenty

In 2018, while CenturyLink gets indigestion integrating Level3;
while GTT only looks at the revenue goal, overlooking the customers;
while AT&T fights the DOJ for TW; and while Verizon figures out what else besides 5G will make it enough money to prop up its business, there is OPPORTUNITY aplenty.

NITEL, AireSpring, TPX, CBB, PowerNet and other mid-sized (former CLECs) providers have an opportunity to step into the channel space that is available and grab market share.

Service Delivery is the most critical aspect of that.

Where can you step into the market and deliver service in a better than average way? (Where can you suck less?)

It’s going to be in the 10 employee to 199 employee space where most of the opportunity is. Even more in the 20-99 segment. Focus on that.

Hang Up on Phones When Selling UC

In the sales process for UCaaS, if the sale gets hung up on the hardware, it is your fault! It is due to a poor job in discovery. The difference between selling dial-tone and selling Unified Communications is uncovering the WHY. What pain are they … [Continue reading]

Cable Will Destroy the ILECs

While AT&T and Verizon focus on 5G, acquisitions and almost everything that is not their traditional business, Comcast and Spectrum are eating their lunch! CenturyLink is too busy with its Level3 acquisition to be effective. Yet they … [Continue reading]

Organic Growth?

Most companies are NOT in growth mode. Traditionally in our space organic growth is like 4-8%. Fusion Telecom says that organic for them is 2-4%. It is why they chose acquisition as the mode for growth. However, as Birch (now Fusion) has seen … [Continue reading]

LogMeIn Buys Jive!

Not Jive Software but Utah based Jive Communications is being acquired by LogMeIn for $342 million in cash plus up to $15 million based on reaching specific milestones in the next two years. “Upon closing, the deal will accelerate LogMeIn’s … [Continue reading]