October 05, 2010
Cbeyond Speaks on Bundled Services at ITEXPO
By Anil Sharma, TMCnet Contributor
Cbeyond, Inc., a provider of business IT and communications services to more than 53,000 small businesses across the country, will present at ITEXPO West 2010 in Los Angeles on a panel entitled, “The Importance of Bundling: Creating Stickiness” on Wednesday, Oct. 6, at 9:30 a.m. PDT.
Officials with Cbeyond (News - Alert) said that Jason Walker, the company’s product manager for core voice solutions, will speak on creating loyalty and additional revenue streams through bundled services.
According to company officials, Cbeyond provides more than 30 productivity-enhancing applications to small businesses, including voice, broadband, mobile, messaging, security and marketing services.
In September, Cbeyond announced its launch of SMBspot.com to provide entrepreneurs with access to expert articles, videos and small business information, all designed to help them accelerate business growth.
Recognizing a need to provide small businesses with expert guidance leveraging top knowledge experts and technology solutions, Cbeyond will provide new, practical and compelling content on the blog daily.
Updated daily, SMBspot.com is a go-to source for the latest small business information and tips.
The small business blog will address a variety of topics important to entrepreneurs, including protecting against security threats, marketing on a budget and managing a mobile workforce. The site will also include video success stories from entrepreneurs from across the U.S.
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Anil Sharma is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Anil’s articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Tammy Wolf