Broadcore and ABS Telecom Announce Agreement

Expands Broadcore’s Hosted Unified Communications Services’ Market Reach

Updated: January 06, 2011

Los Angeles, CA (Vocus/PRWEB ) February 10, 2010 -- Broadcore, a national provider of business-class hosted unified communications, today announced an agreement with ABS Telecom. Through this agreement, ABS will carry Broadcore’s entire service offering including Hosted Unified Communications services, IP telephony (VoIP), conferencing, messaging services, call center, mobility solutions, and other communications solutions. ABS currently has customer locations in over 10 states.

"ABS Telecom and its affiliate agents are excited about our new relationship with Broadcore,” said Mark Koon, President of ABS Telecom. "Our business customers expect a complete and robust hosted unified communications solution with the highest level of customer service and customization. This relationship allows us to maintain our advantage as a quality provider of complete telecom solutions.”

"Broadcore is pleased to have formed this strategic association with ABS Telecom,” said Michael Bacich, Broadcore’s Director of Sales. "With ABS Telecom, we have quickly expanded our reach into the education vertical, and already achieved the status of being a finalist for a hosted communications opportunity for a school district with 36 schools in Salt Lake City.”

Broadcore offers lowered total cost of communications ownership by assuming the cost burdens associated with data redundancy, infrastructure expansions, technology obsolescence risks, system scalability, and new feature integration and updates. By removing the costs associated with infrastructure and additional IT staff to maintain increasingly complex communications technologies, Broadcore allows its clients and their IT organizations to focus on their core competencies while remaining current with the latest communications technologies.

Broadcore’s Communications-as-a-Service (CaaS) includes business VoIP solutions, managed and private Class of Service (CoS) and Quality of Service (QoS) networks, contact center offerings, conferencing bridge solutions, call detail reporting abilities, instant messaging (IM), presence, and a variety of other hosted communications services.

About Broadcore

Broadcore is a provider of hosted unified communications services for businesses. Through an extensible, highly scalable IP communications system, Broadcore offers a unified communications platform for voice, data, and mobility communications across the enterprise and multi-location businesses. Broadcore’s solutions allow the enterprise to increase employee productivity, accelerate business processes, and improve customer care through tight integration of dispersed communications endpoints for office, mobile, or call center employees.

With over twenty years of providing telephony communications and hosted UC to over 120,000 users, Broadcore offers faster and easier deployment of communications capabilities within the enterprise, resulting in employee productivity and business agility with minimum interruption to business operations. www.broadcore.com

About ABS Telecom

Since starting in 1995, ABS Telecom has become one of the most well-rounded and complete telecom solution providers for enterprise customers available in the United States. Based in Salt Lake City, ABS provides solutions for voice, data, internet and cellular from coast to coast. ABS represents a broad range of carriers, from the largest national provider all the way down to the local CLECs. Whatever the telecom need, the mission of ABS is to help its customers become more efficient in how they purchase, deploy, use and maintain their telecom services. www.abstelecom.com.

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