Tigerpaw Goes on Telecom Tour

Tigerpaw Software, Inc., developer of the most comprehensive business building software for technology providers has launched a new initiative to reach out to more than 1,000 telecommunications vendors across North America.

Tigerpaw to help New Partners with Data and Application Integration


BELLEVUE, Neb., (January 24, 2011) - Tigerpaw Software, Inc., developer of the most comprehensive business building software for technology providers has launched a new initiative to reach out to more than 1,000 telecommunications vendors across North America.

"We are engaging our telecom customers to show them how we can help them quickly, easily and profitably make the move to IT," said James Foxall, president of Tigerpaw Software. "We've already met with several telecom leaders with the intent to strengthen our partnerships, the vastness of our integrations, and to explore new opportunities as our large telecom customer base adds data to their offering."

Tigerpaw is working with mutual vendors to design several key enhancements aimed at facilitating additional partner interaction to create a powerful public API with the most comprehensive back -end integration and set -up functionality. While visiting industry partners like Mitel, N -able and Level Platforms, Tigerpaw was able to brainstorm functionality that is beneficial to our mutual customer base. Additionally, this new public API will serve all vendor partners who wish to integrate to Tigerpaw's rich feature set including email security, back -up and disaster, asset discovery and remote monitor management partners, among others.

Tigerpaw will launch with a strong educational path to help distributors sell more products and migrate data services into their offering. The company also plans to announce aggressive joint value propositions with multiple partner vendors that hit the market space in Q2 of 2011.

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About Tigerpaw
Tigerpaw is the leading end -to -end business application for technology providers. The award -winning Tigerpaw solution is the most comprehensive suite of tools available to help IT, telephony, security, audio/video, and point of sale businesses create growth. Tigerpaw enables businesses to deliver a higher level of service while achieving greater profitability by managing, automating and integrating service, CRM, inventory, sales, marketing, purchasing, workflow, and accounting. Tigerpaw ensures that sales calls are never forgotten, customer requests don't fall through the cracks, SLAs are met, and technician time is always billed. With Tigerpaw, all of your employees share customer information from a single database, through one powerful application. For over 25 years, Tigerpaw has helped more than 30,000 technology providers increase sales, provide better service, produce bids quicker, order and track equipment, manage projects, and bill faster.
For more information, contact Tigerpaw at 800.704.9009; by email at info@tigerpawsoftware.com; or visit www.tigerpawsoftware.com.
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