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IP Communications AireSpring Looks to Expand its Team
May 01, 2012
By Carrie Schmelkin, TMCnet Web Editor
Things might still look bleak for other companies in the tech space – especially with this bout of inclement weather and still reeling economy. But for IP communications provider AireSpring (News - Alert), the sun is still bright, as the company not only celebrates a debt-free, momentous year, but looks to grow its team.
This week, AireSpring announced its plans to fill the position of Winback Specialist (WBS), a person who will focus on re-establishing business relationships with AireSpring’s former customers. Reporting to the senior director of account management, the WBS is responsible for achieving an assigned account winback, sales and profit goal.
Among the chief responsibility of the WBS are renewing lost relationships; leading all aspects of the sales process; coordinating closely with other sales teams; selling the entire range of company products and services to assigned opportunities; increasing customer understanding of AireSpring’s IP communications suite of offerings; collecting information on reasons for customer loss; and transition re-activated customer accounts to the direct sales team after gaining customer commitment.
For more on this position, including qualifications, benefits and compensation, click here.
Those who are interested in the position might find themselves wanting to know a little bit more about AireSpring, aside from the fact that it offers next-generation Integrated, SIP trunking, cloud hosted IP PBX (News - Alert), voice, data, MPLS Mesh and conferencing products.
Fortunately for prospective employees, TMCnet recently sat down with AireSpring to explore the top three things that those in the industry ought to know about AireSpring. And from the widespread success of its MPLS Mesh product to the growing popularity of its cloud hosted IP PBX offering, 2012 has been a momentous year so far for AireSpring.
“We are continuing to try to stay ahead of the technology shift in telecom, developing out the cloud type products people are looking for and their voice needs,” AireSpring’s Senior Vice President of Marketing, Todd Regan, told TMCnet of the message to take away about AireSpring this year. “The way we see it, people are moving away from TDM at a rapid pace and we want to be able to provide a solid network where they can get their data and layer as many voice and other products on top of that Internet circuit as possible.”
“We would like them to come to us for their Internet and then select all the other various products that they need to ride on top of that network – whether they choose MPLS Mesh as their connecting network or one of our dedicated Internet access products,” he added. “We can then deliver voice, Internet and services such as cloud hosted IP PBX and so many other services that we are testing right now.”
To learn more about AireSpring’s top three accomplishments in 2012 so far, including its MPLS Mesh product, its AirePBX offering and its entrance into the wholesale market, click here.
Edited by Braden Becker
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