WEBINAR: Fight Churn and Grow Revenue: How Regional Telcos Can Leverage Email Loyalty for Profits

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Fight Churn and Grow Revenue: How Regional Telcos Can Leverage Email Loyalty for Profits

January 16
2:00 p.m. ET


About the Webinar  

Most telcos offer email hosting as part of their portfolio of services, but the service has typically been: (a) misunderstood by telcos that have seen it as a liability rather than an asset; (b) poorly executed by in-house tech teams who understandably are not email experts; and/or (c) not monetized.

Given that new figures show that email hosting has the power to boost brand recognition, increase customer engagement, reduce churn, cut costs, and 3x increase brand revenue, this webinar revisits the benefits of email hosting, plus delve into the five main ways to monetize your customer email service.


Miguel Garcia, vice president, atmail, America, has more than 20 years of senior sales and management experience inside telco brands such as AT&T, Telefonica, BellSouth International, Digicel, Centennial Wireless, TSTT and ACN. 

Jason Brown, solutions architect, atmail, America, has been working with atmail from small town America for more than 15 years and he has a deep understanding of the technology and a keen sense of community.


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