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NACR Lends Hand to Companies Overpaying for Carrier Services by Hosting Free Webinar
For those companies out there that are sick and tired of overpaying for local, long distance, cellular and network services, don’t expend any more frustration on the subject since tomorrow you can learn how to cut these costs.
Tomorrow, Oct. 13, at 2 p.m. ET/1 p.m. CT, system integrator NACR will hold a complimentary webinar titled “Overpaying for Carrier Services? Learn How to Cut Long Distance, Cellular With Carrier Services.” During the webinar, NACR promises to help participants optimize carrier services, reduce costs and improve quality of service for business.
“How do we do it?,” NACR officials ask. “We analyze your existing telephone bills and provide you with ways to save money. We recently reviewed a customer’s network with 7 locations using two different carriers. Our analysis showed that many of the circuits in their network were not being utilized. This and other factors resulted in a savings of more than $17,000 per month!”
Alyse Brady, NACR’s director of carrier services, will take the mic tomorrow to discuss the benefits of NACR carrier services and the cost savings they can provide for businesses. Brady has 10 plus years of experience in the telecommunications space.
During the webinar participants will:
- Discover ways that NACR can help optimize carrier services for your network by identifying inefficiencies and network redundancies
- Understand how options like T-1 trunks and SIP Trunking to port numbers can reduce operational costs significantly
- Learn how to get started with a free analysis
To register for the webinar, click here.
Carrie Schmelkin is a Web Editor for TMCnet. Previously, she worked as Assistant Editor at the New Canaan Advertiser, a 102-year-old weekly newspaper, covering news and enhancing the publication's social media initiatives. Carrie holds a bachelor's degree in journalism and a bachelor's degree in English from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Jamie Epstein