Managing your toll-free voice solution can be challenging, especially if your routing & redundancy strategy is being informed or influenced by some common industry assumptions and legacy market information.

If you’re in a position of evaluating the pros and cons of becoming or maintaining your own Responsible Organization (RespOrg), this webinar will shed some light on three common management myths, and what you can do to overcome them. You’ll have a unique opportunity to hear from Bandwidth’s toll-free experts as they bust these common toll-free myths:

1. Consolidating your toll-free service with one vendor means you’re single-threaded through a single point of failover.
2. The only way to save on costs is to maintain your own Resporg.
3. Giving up RespOrg status means you lose control over your toll-free service.

Interested in finding out how/why these myths are busted? Join us live on August 26th for the answers you’re looking for! Plus our team will reserve time at the end of the webinar for open Q&A.

Featured Speakers

Travis Hinton

Product Marketing Manager
Bandwidth

Travis is on the Product Marketing team at Bandwidth, focused on developing and activating Bandwidth’s go-to-market strategy for the Voice product suite. He has worked in marketing and communications over the past 7 years, with a focus on the digital marketing space. His primary responsibility is to help businesses scale their communications services by engaging and collaborating with the Bandwidth team, ultimately delivering innovative, enterprise-grade Voice, Messaging and 911 solutions to the growing CPaaS market.

David Simmons

Voice Sales Engineer
Bandwidth

During his tenure at Bandwidth, David has been the sales team's go-to resource for voice networking and product support. While a salesman by trade, David's true passion is the technology and how it can be used to better the customer experience. He's been around the telecom block, starting his career with Intermedia/WorldCom in 2000, then AT&T, Level 3 and now Bandwidth.

Date:  Wednesday, August 26, 2020
Time:  2pm ET / 11am PT
Duration:  1 Hour

Register now for this webinar