Intelligent Fiber Network plans significant market expansion

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Indianapolis-based fibre broadband provider, Intelligent Fiber Network (IFN) is making plans for market expansion, targeting around 80,000 identified and serviceable locations.

As part of its strategy, the provider has expanded its use of The Connected World platform from Connected2Fiber, a location engagement platform powered by insights into more than 350 million locations. 

Cory Childs, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at IFN explained: ‘At IFN, our mission is to provide innovative, tailored technology solutions to our members, partners, and customers in the most effective, reliable, and economically sound way possible. The use of The Connected World’s insights helps us and our members plan for market expansion and grow in an intelligent way that enables us to provide even more customers with cutting-edge solutions. Ultimately, we strive to adopt best-in-class technology to help our organization thrive, and Connected2Fiber is a foundational investment for us in our growth journey.’

IFN is currently evaluating further use of the platform, including leveraging it to streamline the quoting process and engage more effectively with their channel community through its new portal capability.

Todd Willis, carrier sales manager at IFN said: ‘IFN will continue to invest in technologies that enable us to be more competitive and efficien. From what we’ve experienced on the wholesale side of our business, the investment in Connected2Fiber has resulted in significant economic return and we’re excited to see where this technology leads us.’

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