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WCS to Demo networkWCS Hosted IP Voice at the 2014 Channel Partners Conference

WCS CEO, Chris Barton, to Lead Discussions About the Future of the Telecom Channel in Meeting Room 3

CORAL SPRINGS, FL--(Marketwired - February 20, 2014) - WCS, a leading global, facilities-based carrier, announced today it will bring its networkWCS Hosted IP Voice solutions to the Channel Partners Conference and Expo from February 26th-28th, 2014 at the Venetian and Sands Expo Hall in Las Vegas, NV. WCS will demonstrate its expanded carrier capabilities and innovative solutions throughout the conference in Meeting Room 3 in the Exhibition Hall.

"The networkWCS Hosted IP Voice solutions are perfectly positioned for WCS channel partners to 'spread their nets' within their current customer base and to acquire new customers. networkWCS Hosted IP Voice fulfills the dramatic demand for these solutions and allows our partners to bring value to their markets while generating new revenues," said Elizabeth Hildreth, WCS Hosted IP Voice product manager. "We cannot wait to demonstrate our new capabilities at the 2014 Channel Partners Conference and Expo."

"Is 'resale' dead?" is one of the questions raised by WCS founder & CEO, Chris Barton. Chris Barton will lead discussions about the FUTURE OF THE TELECOM DISTRIBUTION CHANNEL on February 26th at 5:00 PM and February 27th at 2:30 and 4:30 PM. These discussions will be held Meeting Room 3 in the Exhibition Hall during the Channel Partners Exhibition and Expo in Las Vegas. "WCS is reshaping the cloud communications ecosystem by enabling Partners to earn industry-leading margins and successfully sell, deliver, manage and invoice for cloud communications," concluded Mr. Barton.

About WCS
Based in Coral Springs, FL since 1996, WCS is a global, facilities-based carrier that delivers converged voice and data communications services through a patented software-as-a-service supply chain platform called EnterpriseView™. Our transformative technology delivers cloud-based and legacy telecom services via a global network of switching hubs, POPs, colocation and network operations centers throughout the United States and Asia. WCS offers SIP trunking, hosted IP/PBX, nationwide local POTS & PRI dialtone, conferencing, colocation and a wide variety of managed and unmanaged connectivity products up to 10Gbps. WCS is on-net to 300+ carriers, 400,000 buildings and 500 cities using high performance wireless and wireline backbones and next generation service providers for true "any-to-any" technology internetworking. WCS offers channel partners white-label billing and support, volume-driven "buy rates" for mark up so distributors can control contract terms and profit margins. WCS's patented telecom asset and expense lifecycle suite allows our partners and customers to streamline telecom solutions management to lower total cost of ownership. For more information please visit www.wcs.com

For more information please visit www.wcs.com. Visit us at the Channel Partners Exhibition and Expo in Las Vegas from February 26-28, 2014, Meeting Room 3.

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