IntelePeer Announces Program to Assist Small Businesses with COVID-19 Recovery
Company is committing over a quarter of a million dollars for small businesses to have access to communications services as they resume operations
IntelePeer, a leading Communications Platform as a Service (CPaaS) provider, announced today the launch of its Small Business Recovery Program. The company is offering over a quarter of a million dollars to assist small businesses across the country communicate with their customer bases as states begin to ease COVID-19 restrictions and closures.
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Through IntelePeer’s Small Business Recovery Program, non-profits and companies with less than 50 employees are eligible to receive credit toward SMS services so they can send notifications to customers about their re-opening for business, policies, new hours, promotions, and more.
IntelePeer’s Atmosphere® Engage makes it easy for companies with limited resources or technical expertise to upload customer and employee contact lists, schedule, and send outbound SMS campaigns. Companies in the program will have access to how-to guides, best practices, and compliance guidelines to help them get started quickly and manage communications.
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“Giving back to our communities has always been a core tenet of our company culture,” said Frank Fawzi, CEO & President at IntelePeer. “Now more than ever, we are proud of our commitment to these communities and our ability to help small businesses get back to business during this difficult time.”
IntelePeer’s Small Business Recovery Program is available now and will run through December 31, 2020. IntelePeer employees are currently reaching out to small businesses in their local communities to invite them to participate in the program and provide vouchers.
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