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Integrated Communications Solutions Provider TNCI Signs Multi-year Wholesale Contract with AT&T
By Patrick Barnard, Group Managing Editor, TMCnet
Integrated communications solutions provider TNCI recently signed a multi-year wholesale contract with AT&T. The deal means TNCI (News - Alert) can now sell select AT&T voice and data services through its network of resellers.
TNCI already uses AT&T local voice services under an existing contract.
TNCI is a major reseller of wholesale telephone services. The company claims it is “redefining its role in the channel and recasting the mold of what a traditional ‘reseller’ looks like.” The company also offers its own suite of private IP solutions under the brand name TNCInet Advantage.
“Our agreement with AT&T is an important step forward in a strategy that began with our TNCInet Advantage network deployment,” said Brian Twomey, president of TNCI, in a release. “We must deliver solutions that address the issues customers face today while making it possible for them to benefit from the latest available technology. Our agents must offer customers demonstrable improvements in cost, productivity, and efficiency while paving the way for the future of their business as well.”
He added that TNCI selected AT&T “for its synergy with our strategy including proven service portfolio, single interface, provisioning and project management, so that we can focus on our agents and customers.”
“We are pleased that TNCI selected AT&T to support its business requirements, and are committed to providing our wholesale customers with the network-driven capabilities and applications they need to successfully compete in today’s environment,” said Sherry Charles, vice president, Wholesale and GEM (News - Alert) Solutions Marketing, AT&T Business Solutions.
Patrick Barnard is a senior Web editor for TMCnet, covering call and contact center technologies. He also compiles and regularly contributes to TMCnet e-Newsletters in the areas of robotics, IT, M2M, OCS and customer interaction solutions. To read more of Patrick's articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Patrick Barnard