The Heat is Coming: Spring Sale

While Spring seems to be taking its sweet time in coming in some parts of the world this year, we at Bicom Systems already have our minds on summer and the heat that comes with it.

You know what the old adage says: April showers bring May flowers. So we are thinking about how to water investments and prepare our partners for the heat of competition that is at an all-time high.

What about you? Will your business withstand the summer heat?

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Jumpstart your progress with our Spring Sale. We are offering the following discounts on any of our Service Provider packages

  • Free set-up and training (up to $2,000 in savings)
  • Extensions, support, & branding for as low as $275/month

We have packages for:

  • Incumbent Service Providers – Increase value, enhance stickiness, and reduce churn
  • CLECS – Discover IP Telephony, The Cloud, and Hosted Systems
  • Internet Service Providers – Offer more flexibility & features at an affordable price
  • VAR & Phone System Dealers – Provide more options & gain a competitive edge
  • VoIP Entrepreneurs – Wherever you are at, start your VoIP business today
  • Organizations like a Service Provider – Offer telephony services without becoming a provider

If you are ready to cultivate your business and enjoy a booming summer, contact us today at: www.bicomsystems.com/contact

Offer details: Applicable to new or upgrading customers, valid credit card details required.

Telco Service Providers Network

telco service providers networkThe Telco Service Providers Network is the place for Service Providers, CLECs, and all other kinds of Telcos to come together and discuss everything from how to get more sales to how to reduce costs to how to run your business more efficiently.

Whether you are hosting with someone else, trying to create your own software, renting, or invested in a large system, this is the place to find new ideas.

Join the network today and we will start a discussion with any questions or ideas you have. We can’t wait to see you there!

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3 Reasons to Become a CLEC

clecThanks to the Telecommunications Act of 1996, Internet Service Providers can become CLECs (Competitive Local Exchange Carriers) relatively easily. Becoming a CLEC has several benefits, including:

1. More Profit – By becoming a CLEC your customer base will increase, thus increasing sales and profits.

2. Access to More Services – CLECs have access to all of the same services as ILECs, leveling the playing field.

3. Discounted Rates – Similarly, CLECs can get services at a discounted wholesale rate just like ILECs

In short, becoming a CLEC opens the door for growth and gives you a competitive edge over other ISPs and the ILEC. If you are interested in becoming a CLEC, download our CLEC Product Package or contact us today!

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The Changing World of CLECs

clecAs the communications industry has evolved, CLECs have had to adapt and embrace new techniques to stay ahead in a competitive market. First they controlled their numbers, then transport, but what is next for Competitive Local Exchange Carriers?

While many changes seemed like insurmountable obstacles, CLECs have always found a way to keep up. More often than not, this is due to the local advantage. No matter how much technology advances, many customers will always value a local presence.

CLECs can add value and maintain a local presence with our Unified Communications suite. Tools like a Class 5 Softswitch, a Provisioning Platform, and Security/Monitoring apps integrate together seamlessly to form a powerful solution. Our Unified Communications app gloCOM is the icing on the cake.

Download our CLECs brochure to learn more.

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CLECs: How to Grow Your Market

clecCLECs (Competitive Local Exchange Carriers) are less discussed online than ITSPs or other kinds of Telecoms, but they are no less important. We were glad to see a post from No Jitter (Uncharted Territory: How CLECs Can Expand Their Footprint) about how CLECs can expand their market.

In summary, they described three considerations to growth:

1. Resources – According to No Jitter, the first step to growing a CLEC is considering the available resources. It is important to prepare all of the equipment, staff, etc. before expanding. They recommend an external provider to make the process smoother.

2. Timetable – The second recommendation is to allow sufficient time to expand the CLEC’s market. Think about all of the logistics involved in the process and create a timeline that is reasonable and not rushed.

3. Service Offerings – Finally, it is important to maintain or exceed the status quo of service offerings in the new geographic area. Research the current offerings and find a way to surpass them before entering the market.

To learn more, visit the No Jitter article or see our CLEC Product Package.

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