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By Dan Baldwin, TelecomAssociation President Agents and partners are playing the role of Santa this holiday season as they check their vendor lists to see which telecom and technology service providers have been naughty and which ones have been nice. The nice vendors get one or more TA "2007
By Dan Baldwin, Telecom Association President A new "black box" technology known as a PBX cellular gateway is raising small business interest and scoring appointments for distributors by helping them show businesses how to lower their cell phone bills without switching carriers. Also known by the
By Dan Baldwin, Telecom Association President Call me crazy, but I hate cell phone slavery. After 15 years of enduring one-sided cell phone contracts with one wireless provider or another I "stuck it to the man," switched to prepaid cellular, kept my cell phone number and learned how to make money
2007 "Members Choice Awards" Voting Launched by TelecomAssociation By Dan Baldwin, Telecom Association President Calling all agents, channel partners and solutions providers: Which telecom and technology vendors have earned the right to call themselves the "Members Choice" for 2007? Once per year,
By Dan Baldwin, Telecom Association President I'd really like to find the guy who sold the voice blasting service to all the mortgage companies so I can run my car keys along the entire length of his car. On the other hand I'd like to give a big hug to the person who sold the same service to my
By Dan Baldwin, Telecom Association PresidentI just returned from Excel's "Achieving Excellence" event hosted at the Arizona Biltmore in Phoenix and can report that Excel made a very strong showing in front of the agents and master agents invited to the desert resort to attend Excel's "coming out"