ReInvent Telecom harnesses new business opportunities with Bandwidth
Bandwidth exclusively supports the voice infrastructure behind ReInvent Telecom, growing its reseller program by 50 percent in the past six months
Raleigh, North Carolina – (BUSINESS WIRE) – March 12, 2015 – Bandwidth, one of the nation’s leading communications technology companies, today announced that ReInvent Telecom, an associated division of Saddleback Communications, relies on Bandwidth to expand its hosted VoIP business nationwide.
Saddleback Communications is historically an Incumbent Local Exchange Carrier (ILEC), supporting the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community in the Greater Phoenix area. Like many local carriers, Saddleback was looking to generate new sources of revenue by developing services that could extend nationally.
Capitalizing on the opportunity provided by hosted VoIP, Saddleback started a new division, ReInvent Telecom, to provide resellers with the opportunity to enter the hosted VoIP market competitively and effectively.
ReInvent Telecom chose Bandwidth due to its nationwide, high-quality network of nationwide numbers. The company depends on Bandwidth’s seamless voice and emergency capabilities for its 25,000 numbers currently in service, automating the entire number selection, provisioning and management process. Bandwidth’s automated portal also allows the ReInvent Telecom team to quickly integrate the number management process into existing service infrastructure.
Through its seamless integration with Bandwidth, ReInvent Telecom offers an award-winning hosted VoIP solution to its reseller community. Through Bandwidth’s integration and support, the division has grown its reseller program by 50 percent in the past six months.
“Our ReInvent Telecom platform is designed to be a highly operational and competitive solution that our reseller partner community can depend on,” said Ray Napoletano, business development manager at Saddleback Communications. “Bandwidth gives us the speed and flexibility to effectively grow this important national channel for our overall business. The exceptional support and services we receive is essential to the growth of our national wholesale program.”
“ILECs across the country are now looking beyond regional boundaries to extend their business opportunities,” said Steve Leonard, executive vice president for Bandwidth’s Business Solutions Division. “Saddleback is a prime example of a company who has transitioned its business through the promise of IP-based communications. We are proud to be a part of its recent success.”
Saddleback becomes the latest carrier to leverage Bandwidth’s expertise to grow new revenue channels and seamlessly manage their telecommunications infrastructure, joining dozens of leading providers such as TDS Telecom and Earthlink. For more information on how Bandwidth can open new revenue channels for your carrier, visit https://www.bandwidth.com/voice/.