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Telesphere Honors Concierge Communications as Its Leading 2012 Channel Partner Producer

Concierge Communications Attains Record-Setting Sales with Telesphere's Hosted VoIP solution for the Ninth Consecutive Year

PHOENIX, Feb. 27, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Telesphere, a leading provider of cloud-based unified-communications-as-a-service (UCaaS), has honored Concierge Communications, master agent and broker of telecommunications services and applications for businesses, as its winning channel partner producer for 2012. This is a distinction the Tempe, Ariz.-based Concierge has now held for nine years.

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As a master broker, Concierge offers the communications services of Telesphere, as well as the services of other providers, to its national base of business customers.  Among the types of services Concierge offers its clients are:  Managed Services, Mobility, Hosted Services, Voice and Data, and Contact Center Services.

Telesphere CEO Clark Peterson said: "Concierge's success as our top producing partner is remarkable in its own right and a truly satisfying testament to our ability to work together in delivering the kind of leading-edge communications solutions that today's businesses need to be competitive. For our part, knowing that Concierge has a wide array of other partners, it spurs us on to be as innovative and responsive as we can be when they come to us with opportunities."

"The word 'Team' is often over used. When you win a top producer award for the ninth consecutive time, it becomes evident that it takes a quality team that is committed to success and consistently performing in order to maintain that level of success," said Concierge President Clark Atwood. "We continue to have success with Telesphere because of our team's commitment to meeting our client's needs and Telepshere's commitment to delivering a quality product and service."

Telesphere was recognized two years in a row as one of the fastest growing companies in telecommunications by the Inc. 500/5000 list, which cited Telesphere's 273% growth rate over the past three years.  It recently developed two new "super hubs," that provide even more services for multi-site enterprise systems, regardless of whether there are 1 to 1,000 offices. Telesphere's private network has two National Operations Centers, in addition to national 12 Points of Presence (POPs) that offer customers robust bandwidth and secure protection.

Customers can connect with Telesphere at www.telesphere.com/Contact US.html or:
Twitter:  http://twitter.com/telesphere
Facebook: www.facebook.com/telesphere
YouTube: www.youtube.com/telesphere
LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/companies/2102

About Concierge Communications LLC
Established in 2001, Concierge Communications has been recognized as an industry leader in selling cloud-communication and other services. In 2013, Concierge Communications established wholly owned sales, marketing and support company, Concierge Core Services LLC. With support of its parent company, Concierge Communications, it represents dozens of the industry's leading providers through its direct and indirect communication and technology brokers. Its broker channel program provides independent brokers with training, easy-to-access sales and marketing tools, expert sales support and more. To learn more about Concierge and their independent sales program, visit www.conciergecs.com.

Background on Telesphere
Telesphere, based in Phoenix, Ariz., is a leading, privately-held provider of UCaaS solutions nationwide.  It offers carrier-grade performance and support for wireline and mobile devices to businesses over its private IP MPLS network, one of the largest in the nation.  Telesphere's cloud-based services allow businesses of any size to enjoy all the latest voice, video, data and collaboration features of large enterprise systems without the costly investment of on-site equipment.

SOURCE Telesphere

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