As many providers scale back or file for bankruptcy during these challenging economic times, there is one company that is charging forward and even looking to expand: AireSpring (News - Alert).
IP communications company AireSpring is currently celebrating its 10th year in operation and the fact that it is debt free, cash-flow positive and growing, according to company officials. And, since it is more profitable than it has ever been, AireSpring is currently looking to add to its growing team of channel managers.
“Work for a company who will make sure that your customers get served and your agents get paid their hard earned commission,” AireSpring officials explained in a recent email blast.
AireSpring, an award-winning company, is one of the fastest growing telecommunications carriers in the USA, with over four billion call records processed every year. AireSpring offers next-generation integrated, SIP/VoIP, voice, data, and conferencing products geared to deliver power and flexibility at cost-effective rates, according to company officials.
According to the IP Communications company, AireSpring offers exceptional incentive-based compensations, commission accelerators, medical plans, and “what we feel is the most significant income potential in the industry for Channel Managers.”
Those interested in becoming a Channel Manager are asked to contact Rob McNab, senior vice president of sales, at 800-825-1055, ext. 252.
As AireSpring celebrates a decade of service, the company recently took the time to sit down with TMCnet to reflect on the past and posit about the future.
So what can we expect from AireSpring in the next 10 years? The continuation of stellar customer service, among other things.
“I think we’ve really been able to instill in our employees our vision which is that we try and do our best to take care of our customers,” Daniel Lonstein, chief operating officer and co-founder of AireSpring told TMCnet in a recent interview. “We are certainly not perfect and, as everyone knows in the telecom world, things don’t always go the way you planned. But the difference between us and a lot of the large carriers is how do we deal with things, what care do we take and how do our people make the extra effort when things don’t go as planned.”
“We as senior management and the owners get involved every day with the customers – end users, small customers, big customers,” he added. “It’s a matter of really caring at the management level and I believe we have instilled that in our staff.”
Carrie Schmelkin is a Web Editor for TMCnet. Previously, she worked as Assistant Editor at the New Canaan Advertiser, a 102-year-old weekly newspaper, covering news and enhancing the publication's social media initiatives. Carrie holds a bachelor's degree in journalism and a bachelor's degree in English from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Stefanie Mosca