After a busy summer of developing products and services and significant inward investment, the Fused Group are pleased to announce an arsenal of new solutions and pricing designed specifically for existing and new Channel Partners looking to win the convergence battle in challenging times.
Fused Networks has launched a completely revised pricing structure as part of our new LLU ADSL2+ service. We have created pricing that allows for Partners to create their own ADSL packages to suit their customers, with a generous standard product that can be upgraded with a range of additional services including an unlimited service option.
As part of the new ADSL2+ service, Fused Networks are offering a unique virtual L2TP pipe so irrespective of a Tiscali or BT connection; they can be blended on one virtual managed central pipe with traffic shaping available. These services will give Partners the autonomy they need to pro-actively manage their businesses in challenging times.
Fused Webcalls have also launched a first for the UK marketplace: Mobile Premium – seamless least cost routing for business mobile devices with all the benefits of fixed – mobile convergence in one device with no application to launch. Quality, stability and call savings of a fixed phone with the portability of a mobile phone. This is another unique service guaranteeing vastly improved user experience as seamless really does mean seamless!
Fused Networks has also launched online ordering for their Mobile Office Hosted Exchange product. Hosted Exchange is an excellent value-add to element of our partners arsenal and we have made it even easier to get the product to customers.
Mark Salvin, the Fused Group’s COO, comments: ‘I am very proud of the progress we have made as a business over the last 12 months. We have concentrated on developing solutions that are natural fits to our existing offering and ensuring that our partners have all the tools necessary to sell them. It’s a simple equation but unfortunately it is not one that every provider is adhering to – and we are already seeing the casualties.’