Uber, Lyft, Fedex, UPS, Amtrak, Western Union … to name a few of the most successful examples of switching from local network to international network, attracting a huge increase in market, sales and retention of customers.
Uber began by offering services in San Francisco. Now, its coverage includes 60 + countries and 400 cities worldwide.
In 1997, Federal Express began serving only the western part of USA. Today, it serves 220 nations and territories on Earth which is basically… all of them. There are so many ways to go international and grab a bigger share of clients to serve with your service. One that we can help with is direct inward dialing, enabling your company to be a local call to those who … you need them to call you!
Some who read our blog are communications operator, carriers and service providers but also the large enterprises like multi-national contact centers and international nonprofit networks… the wholesale market that DIDx directly serves. It’s simple to sign up and start offering local DID phone numbers to companies like Amtrak and American Red Cross. You expand via DIDx, so they can expand. It’s a geofencing Ώπα!
Others who read our blog are early adopters, tech gurus, entrepreneurs, small business owners, information addicts, journalists, bloggers, social media specialists and such.
We can recommend you to the perfect provider that fits your niche needs, so you can own local phone numbers of the cities on Earth where there are people who need to call you and whom you want to call you. DIDx has over 35,000 members who are communications operator, carriers and service providers but also the large enterprises like multi-national contact centers and international nonprofit networks, ready to serve you.
Just message us at sales at didx.net today or browse our Facebook page where we often highlight the most respected communications service providers.