TieTechnology Announces New Real Time Quoting Access--To Over Forty Communication Providers--For Lower Internet Cost and Telecommunication Services Costs-- For Business'
Nationwide, Jan 23, 2013 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) --
The announcement is designed to coincide with the New Year, as a way for businesses to start getting the cost of doing business under control. TieTechnology wants companies to be aware of their many options to find lower internet costs to aid in reducing operating costs, which can seriously cut-into a company's bottom line. Expenses can easily spiral out of control, and as a result, businesses must raise their prices to deal with rising cost measures across multiple sources.
In an effort to give access to businesses across the country these necessary resources, such as VoIP, Point-to-Point, Integrated T1, Private LAN, Wide Area Network or other communications services, this feature allows companies to search, via selected criteria, to find a lower internet cost.
The technology, known as "Request for Quote" or RFQ, gives businesses nationwide the ability to search providers in their local area for technology and service features which best fit their needs and their budget. The search option resource is comprised of over 40 well-established and trusted communication providers and is powered by a system which provides real-time quotes for the services sought.
Each quote contains vital information to help companies choose the provider that best fits their particular needs and operating requirements. The quote outlines the clients' specific industry data details about surveys, customer satisfaction ratings, service and pricing options. The quote gives a business the capability to choose their specifically required services from well established providers' thereby minimizing their operating costs, including phone service and lower internet costs.
Businesses are able to compare and contrast several providers, giving them a wide variety from which to select. That means having the due diligence report is available on-demand to save time and eliminate the sales competition process.
TieTechnology provides this invaluable resource and recognizes that businesses don't have time to run their business while attempting to accommodate and oversee the installation process, including benchmarks and budget adherence. To that end, TieTechnology Telecommunications' provides complete oversight of the installation, from start to finish, and ensures everything goes as planned.
Demand for accurate and real time pricing is at the heart of this tool. The ancillary benefits are many, from better connectivity for the same or lower costs, to giving support staff, sales and management an edge, companies can efficiently pinpoint communication service providers on the fly.
TieTechnology Telecommunications' provides the highest quality telecommunications and engineering consulting services to telephone companies, internet service providers, cable television companies, and municipalities within the telecommunications industry at the most competitive rates. Businesses need high speed internet and reliable phone connections to stay ahead of their competitors and fulfill all client expectations. Companies that operate internationally need robust phone and internet systems like business VoIP, business satellite, p2p (point to point), VPN (virtual private network) and much more. The mission of TieTechnology Telecommunications is to provide affordable and high quality services for business users who want reliable business fixed wireless, business Ethernet, and business phone services. TieTechnology Telecommunications is a division authorized by TieTechnology, LLC. The telecommunications engineering & consulting services can be accessed online at: http://www.lowerinternetcost.com
4532 W. Kennedy Blvd, Suite 182
Tampa, FL 33609
For more information about this extraordinary real time quoting system, phone 1-888-853-6987, to speak to a professional support staff member.
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