The reality of the cable environment today is that cable operators face the challenges of expanding their networks more cost-effectively and efficiently across a wider geographic footprint, addressing the growing customer demand for increased quality and reach of voice services as well as decreased margins for voice customers.
Since the dawn of business, companies have traveled many different roads on the way to excellence. But as different as these organizations might be on the surface, the overwhelming majority share a few key characteristics, including:
What’s in an Address?
What is the importance of an address? If you’re involved in today’s fragmented network buying market, a lot - addresses impact everything from pricing to service availability to time to turn up service. The need to accurately identify an address is a critical part of qualifying and buying network services. Mistakes can be costly, delaying ordering, changing pricing or even losing out on the opportunity.
This year’s Ethernet & SDN (E&SDN) Expo, held by Light Reading October 2-3 in New York City, brought together a collection of the industry’s most valued players, and Global Capacity was proud to be one of them. This year, our very own Chief Revenue Officer Ben Edmond participated alongside other leading figures in an Executive Council Roundtable that represented the full, end-to-end marketplace of network ecosystem.
Managed Service Providers (MSPs) seek to deliver a comprehensive suite of IT and communications services including Ethernet, cloud computing, managed and private cloud, voice, virtualization services, managed hosting, bandwidth, Internet, IT security, colocation, managed storage, backup and disaster recovery, and IT support. All MSPs have similar goals: lowering their cost of sales, increasing high-margin services, and efficiently delivering differentiated, high-quality services to a market. Competing for enterprise businesses requires companies to be innovative in their approach to the market.