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Broadvoice UC Partners with Consulting Group

May 08, 2017

Florida-based unified communications provider Broadvoice announced they entered into a strategic partnership with Telecom Consulting Group (TCG) as they seek to further expand their market share and product offering. This partnership will allow TCG to sell Broadvoice solutions to their portfolio of over 2,200 potential buyers, giving the UC solutions provider an avenue to further penetrate into their desired markets. In return, TCG will receive a portion of royalties for each sale that is brokered. This has the potential to be a very mutually beneficial partnership.

Broadvoice is looking to continue to build on what has been an already very promising start for them. In the past three years, the company has undergone 167 percent growth, with the majority of that being fueled by the growing unified communications market. This partnership with TCG should give Broadvoice access to an even wider client base and further facilitate that level of growth.

"Our relationship with TCG allows us to expand our commitment to providing an amazing experience for partners and their business customers," said Sam Ghahremanpour, President of Broadvoice. "Like TCG, we share the common goal of delivering tremendous service and exceeding expectations each and every time a partner interacts with us."

This seems to be a partnership between two entities that have similar views of the future of unified communications and will benefit massively from working with each other. "We are delighted to add Broadvoice as one of our best-in-class providers," said Dan Pirigyi, TCG Partner. "We share a vision of white-glove customer service and delivering high-caliber communications solutions that enable businesses to be better at what they do every day. We couldn't be more excited about kicking off our partnership, and I look forward to a long and productive relationship.”

This partnership between Broadvoice and TCG is a good example of a symbiotic business relationship. Broadvoice gets to take advantage of the preexisting relationships that TCG has created through their years of consulting to reach a broader client base than they possibly could on their own, and TCG gets to further a relationship with a growing business in a still growing field of technology. This business deal should propel both sides to new heights.

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Edited by Maurice Nagle

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