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Telovations partners with Resource Partners Group

March 23, 2012

Telovations Inc., a next-generation Communications company, recently signed a partnership agreement with Resource Partners Group Inc., an Illinois-based telecom and business consultant group.

According to the terms of the partnership, Resource Partners Group (RPG) will now be responsible for selling Telovations’ hosted services across the United States.

Telovations offers telecommunications services that improve employees’ productivity and enhance the customers’ experience. To offer its customers the most reliable business phone service for Hosted Voice Solutions, the company has partnered with Cisco, the leading networking equipment and network management supplier for the Internet.

The Cisco-powered network delivers top-quality voice services with 99.9% reliability.

“We are excited to have Resource Partners Group on board to help grow our presence,” said Sean Burke, Telovations’ senior vice president of sales and marketing. “Dave Jacobs and the team bring a wealth of experience and knowledge, and we know they will do a great job of expanding the Telovations’ Brand.”  

On the other hand, Resource Partners Group uses a combination of experts representing a wide array of technologies, industries and proficiencies. RPG senior resources each have 12 to 30 years of experience in their respective fields, representing a multitude of high-profile businesses and clients. The firm’s consultants are experienced at inciting change, executing on deliverables, managing complex projects and delivering value through solutions and results.

“Resource Partners Group was looking for a solution to provide our clients a next-generation communications platform and we found the perfect partner with Telovations,” Dave Jacobs, Resource Partners Group’s executive vice president, said in a recent press release. “Whether it’s call center, call recording, hosted voice or communications that haven’t been developed, Telovations’ flexibility and ability to bring products to our customers is exactly what we needed.”

Edited by Braden Becker

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