TelAgility and AT&T Join Hands to Accommodate UCaaS Integrators with Advance Communication Services
ANNAPOLIS, MD: In order to facilitate Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS) integrators with modern communication services, TelAgility- a distributor of Managed Internet Service and Multiprotocol Label Switching solutions and AT&T, a provider of wireless, high speed internet and voice services has signed an accord.
TelAgility’s platform consists complete tools such as cloud hosting, carrier service, customer billing, tax compliance and remittance for automating organization’s sales process. It’s a FCC compliant IVPC offering voice services, telecom billing and simplified UCaaS marketplace.
By leveraging TelAgility’s UCaaS marketplace, enterprise resellers can take benefit of robust quoting and proposals, fast reseller enablement and low customer acquisition cost. It minimizes complexities, cost and risks associated with selling UCaaS by bringing all hard to manage components of UCaaS into an agile cloud service.
AT&T deliver IP-based communications services for businesses, with an extensive portfolio of Virtual Private Network (VPN) and Voice over IP (VoIP) backed by security. It also provides mobile services, wireless network and smart solutions for businesses including backbone networks carrying 82.8 petabytes of data traffic, voice coverage, Hot Spot access solutions and U-verse TV as an alternative to cable with a better DVR.
Now, AT&T became Telagility’s Platinum Solution Provider and can generate scope to include Managed Internet Services and MPLS Private Network Transport Services for integrators seeking to add interconnectivity solutions to their packaged offerings. The partnership also extends Telagility’s portfolio of service offerings, providing integrators with the most cutting-edge UCaaS solutions available in the market as well as enabling Value Added Resellers (VARs) to become UCaaS integrators quickly and easily.
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