Peter Radizeski is Founder and President of RAD-INFO INC. He is an accomplished blogalyst, speaker, author and consultant. He has helped many service providers with sales training, marketing, channel development and business strategy. He is a trusted source of knowledge about the telecom sector. His honest and direct approach make him a refreshing speaker.

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Being in the Conversation

In twenty years of working with service providers of all stripes – ISP, WISP, MSP, VoIP/UC, CLEC – the biggest hurdle has been Attention.

For ISPs and WISPs, they had to yell louder than the Duopoly (MSO and ILEC) just so the community they serve would know they exist.

In the UCaaS and CCC spaces, the pay off for being in the Gartner MQ was now. They were in the conversation or they were top of mind for when businesses were frantic to transition to the cloud.

I will say that for any service provider marketing is the key to success.

Who knows you when the time comes to buy?

Microsoft Buys Metaswitch

Andy Abramson and Rich Tehrani have takes on this — so does every analyst. I look at it different. Metaswitch in the US is in every telco. This gives Microsoft an in into every telco customer of Metaswitch. MS Teams/Skype direct routing … [Continue reading]

Channel Manager Tips 2020

The Remote Selling workshop is going well. The feedback has been great. I am going to do a 3-week workshop for channel and partner managers. On Tuesdays at Noon Eastern time for 3 weeks, attendees will get concise, actionable tips on Recruiting, … [Continue reading]

Missed Out!

Saks Fifth Avenue, Neiman Marcus and J Crew have all filed for bankruptcy under the cover of COVID-19. Only Bloomberg seemed to notice that these retail giants were over-burdened with debt. The reality is they aren’t just laden with debt; they … [Continue reading]

Running a Virtual Conference

I see people talking about virtual conferences. I have even been on two this year. I am passing on any more. Here’s why: In-person keynotes from the corporate exec have been stale for years. I have sat through more than my share and have … [Continue reading]