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UCaaS And CCaaS Sourcing-As-A-Service Business Growth Program Launched



Technology Source, with offices in California, Georgia, Florida and Tennesee , has launched a new Sourcing-as-a-Service program for businesses throughout the USA. This allows business and enterprise clients an efficient system to support them in their growth needs and find the ideal UCaaS and CCaaS systems for their company requirements.


More information can be found at: https://www.technologysource.com


The new service gives clients a long-term partner who can advise on all of the technology options available to them. They are also able to negotiate the best mix of solutions, turning businesses into scalable enterprises.


Clients are able to save time and lower costs with the fully personalized service. They can also connect with experts whenever required, strategizing on the best solutions, phone systems, internet access, sd-wan, software, data centers and security tools to meet their needs.


Businesses are able to save time by letting the expert Technology Source team drive their RFP process. Instead of paying their team to do research, they can engage with Technology Source, who have already done the work. Clients can benefit both from the team’s expertise and their volume discounts.


One of the issues facing small businesses with growth goals is finding the best tech solutions to meet their needs. Many business owners allow their solution to be defined by a third party’s salespeople.


By having a strategic business conversation with Technology Source, clients can get recommendations based on their specific business needs. They can then purchase directly from the service provider and deploy the right solutions for their business.

UCaaS and CCaaS systems are essential to support a distributed workforce including having employees that can work from home to support business workflow and call center or contact center solutions.


With Technology Source, clients can eliminate having to deal with sales calls and evaluate the systems offered by Century Link, 8×8, Ring Central, inContact, Vonage, Five9, Jive, LogmeIn and more.


The team states: “By using Technology Source’s Sourcing-as-a-Service solution you can have a strategic conversation with a Senior Technology Advisor that will be assigned to your account. This allows you to understand the requirements for your business for features and geographic coverage areas and set up video conferences with the engineers of only the companies that are the best match for your needs.”


“You can first evaluate proposals with your Advisor and only talk with the top 1, 2 or 3 options that you want to have a more in depth conversation with.”


This speeds up the RFP process and allows for faster deployment of services.

Full details can be found on the URL above and additional information is provided at: https://www.technologysource.com/services


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