The esteemed national business telecommunications service provider TNCI (News - Alert) Operating Company LLC announced that they have entered a partnership with Salestream.
Salestream is famous for developing the MasterStream telecom business automation software, and together the two companies will be able to combine resources to improve TNCI's efficiency while increasing Salestream's visibility by offering MasterStream to TNCI's customers.
The collaboration will offer both MasterStream subscribers as well as TNCI's agent partners the ability to instantly generate quotes for TNCI's various services. TNCI offers cloud, voice and data telecommunication services in a variety of packages, but MasterStream's automation services allow users to generate custom packages and view an accurate price before committing to the service. MasterStream's powerful services are also able to automate processes like bill analysis and automatic order population, which increases efficiency and thus adds value to the entire supply chain for telecom providers.
“This announcement shows how committed we are to the Channel and how we are changing and improving all aspects of the Agent experience with TNCI,” said TNCI CEO and President Jeff Compton. “We are thrilled to provide MasterStream to our partners and agents, as it will help them provide quotes for the full suite of TNCI services to their customers in a more efficient and timely manner.”
Additionally, MasterStream will provide seamless automation for several of TNCI's back office functions, including sales and ordering. Ultimately, the company is hoping that these advancements will help increase sales as well as responsiveness from their cloud services. TNCI's services are quite varied, and even include business-class VoIP phone service and dedicated Internet access. With such a wide range of possible offerings, it is important to ensure that customers are offered the services that they need to fill specific niches. Clearly, automation is the most efficient way to organize this information.
Edited by Rory J. Thompson