Powered by Telarus’ patented GeoQuote™, Procurrence.com seeks to revolutionize the way small businesses research and purchase broadband services
BOSTON, MA – Procurrence Inc., today announced that it had launched its new website: www.Procurrence.com, an online marketplace focused exclusively on
serving the broadband needs of small and medium businesses. Using the free site, business owners, and IT managers in the United States can view all their broadband offerings in just seconds using only their zip code. Procurrence will also assist its customers by explaining all the many options, bundling discounts, seasonal promotions, order processing, and service delivery. To enable the marketplace with the most up-to-date data on the market, Procurrence has entered into an exclusive technology distribution agreement with Telarus, a cloud services distributor of business infrastructure, and SaaS providers.
“We are excited for the launch of our new site and to be partnering exclusively through Telarus,” said Steve Walsh, co-founder and CEO of Procurrence. “Today’s launch is the cumulative effort of our amazing software development team together with the Telarus software development team, both working together to help us get our marketplace to the finish line. Telarus was our first and best option when we compared potential partners to help Procurrence with back office and world-class tech-enabled infrastructure. Their commitment to leveraging next-generation technologies and enabling their partners to have access to the pricing, programs, and marketing solutions to ensure success with their customers made Telarus the ideal partner for us.”
Procurrence, Inc. was founded in 2019 by a pair of friends from the cable industry. Steve Walsh, CEO, and Mahmoud Youssefi, advisor, wanted to find a way to streamline the buying process for small and medium business customers. Power by Telarus’ GeoQuote™, Procurrence.com will be able to perform instant availability analysis for all of the industry’s top brands, including Comcast Business, Spectrum Business, Cox Business, AT&T, Verizon, and Lumen.
“Now more than ever, small and medium business owners are looking for more self-service options that allow them to find, source, and procure the technologies that make their businesses run,” said Patrick Oborn, co-founder of Telarus. “The Procurrence marketplace taps into the power of the Telarus provider network with over 250+ providers and presents these options to customers in a simple, fast, and transparent way. This enables customers to choose a provider, get a contract in place, and get back to business. We congratulate the Procurrence team on the launch of their new site and expect this new venture to add a tremendous amount of value to businesses who need it, whether they realize it or not.”
Procurrence, Inc. was founded in 2019 by cable industry executives Steve Walsh and Mahmoud Youssefi, who sought to find a way to streamline the buying process for small and medium business customers. The Procurrence marketplace leverages the Telarus patented GeoQuote™ tool. This software allows partners to investigate internet service options by physical address and combines that with a lightning-fast user experience that shows customers their broadband options in milliseconds. To learn more about Procurrence or to request a quote, visit www.procurrence.com
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