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SimpleSignal, TechLink and Broad Sky Networks Team Up

February 26, 2013

SimpleSignal (News - Alert) is teaming up with new partners. Not only will it work with TechLink Services to provide nationwide installation services, but also with Broad Sky Networks, thus improving its mobile capabilities.


TechLink Services is a provider for delivering telecommunciations installations, maintenance, project management and other such technical support services nationwide. As for Broad Sky, it’s a reseller of business-class satellite Internet communications in North America.

Together with SimpleSignal, an enterprise hosted PBX (News - Alert) and cloud-based UC service provider, they can add high-speed Internet connectivity via satellite to businesses and retailers of all sizes. Along with that, they can also provide all the services TechLink offers, providing a helping hand for pretty much every step of the way.

“Bringing these companies together allows us to extend our reach in the market and give our customers a turnkey solution,” says SimpleSignal’s executive vice president, Michael Sterl. “Not only does this offer a controlled rollout of services, but it also allows for a wider range coverage due to TechLink’s ability to install nationwide.”

For more information, the three companies are hosting a cocktail hour and networking event at the Channel Partners Conference and Expo. This will be held on Wednesday, Feb. 27 from 2-4 p.m. at the V Bar inside the Venetian Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.

Partnering up is often a smart choice, and the three companies will work nicely together. Their skills and technologies complement one another nicely, making them a dream team of businesses, so to speak.




Edited by Rachel Ramsey

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