ANPI and INDATEL Create New Strategic Alliance
The Hosted Unified Communication market is growing by leaps and bounds. Small and big businesses, including start-ups, are tapping the many benefits of the Hosted Unified Communications services.
ANPI, provider of long distance and Hosted Unified Communications (UC) solutions, has taken initiative in planning the future deployment of telecommunications services throughout rural America. To facilitate this, the company recently announced a new strategic alliance with INDATEL, a group of wholesale carriers dedicated to providing telecommunications solutions via fiber optic network routes throughout rural and metro America.
Both companies have come together to coordinate with each organization’s infrastructure, which will ultimately benefit rural areas.
“ANPI is heavily invested in helping rural ILECs move outside their traditional service areas, especially with our Hosted Unified Communications Private Label Package, which instantly allows them to become a player in the growing Hosted UC space,” said Dave Lewis, ANPI CEO. “These efforts can only be enhanced with the assistance and involvement of INDATEL and its member networks.”
ANPI Hosted Unified Communications Private Label Package is ideal for rural communities, as it combines voice, data and mobility applications into one IP-based solution. This arrangement helps customers to benefit from advanced calling features, while cutting costs by more than 50 percent compared to traditional phone service. Users can also take advantage of ANPI’s fully integrated, turn-key solution that includes local interconnection, nationwide DIDs, marketing and sales tools.
“Both INDATEL and ANPI were created and are still owned by rural telecommunications providers,” said INDATEL COO Max Huffman. “It only makes sense to look for efficiencies and economies in providing present day services to our common owners and customers. Incorporating the experience of ANPI, as well as their network infrastructure, will make INDATEL’s goal of providing a seamless nationwide network throughout rural America more achievable.”
Both organizations are looking forward for the budding opportunities linked with this alliance, including such things as coordinated marketing and product development.
Edited by Maurice Nagle