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“How can I compete with a carrier direct sales team?”
That’s the question I often hear from agents looking to gain an advantage over their competition. What they mean is, “How can I compete with a team that has an arsenal of marketing resources, training support, and sales material at their disposal, backed by a huge corporation?” To our independent agents this is a feat that is intimidating at best and discouraging at worst.
Now is your opportunity to guide your customers into the next phase of their business technology strategy. Customize this flyer with your logo and contact information to send to your customers.
On July 14, 2015 Microsoft will cease to support or issue any security updates for Windows Server 2003. That means if your customers continue to run their Windows Server 2003 environment after this date they are going to be opening themselves to potentially disastrous security threats.
The telecom landscape is constantly changing with new, more efficient technologies being introduced to the marketplace seemingly every day. The scalable access to cloud-based offerings, fast-expanding use of video beyond conferencing, and machine-to-machine communication (M2M) are just a few of the services changing the dynamics of telecom today. These offerings are redefining the essence of how businesses communicate both internally and externally.
With Microsoft support for Windows Server 2003 ending on July 14th, establishing a migration plan for your customers is a top priority. Possible options include upgrading their server, moving to a hosted environment, or updating to Microsoft Office 365. But which is the best choice for them?
Albert Einstein once said the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. I’m guessing that he didn’t arrive at his famous E=mc2 equation on the first try, and I’m sure he didn’t use the same steps each time he failed, expecting to get the right answer.
In the past, hardware, software, and connectivity services have been sold to your customers as standalone technology elements. Convergence changes this dynamic, bringing each of these components together into a single, unified, and fully-integrated buying experience.