Tilgin is looking for new partners

STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN – Tilgin, a leading provider of Home Gateway solutions for multiplay and broadband access, wants to enter new markets and is looking to establish contact with new business partners in EMEA, Russia and Baltic states.

Tilgin has, during last year, been working on redefining its total offering. Tilgin’s offering is now based on three core business areas - "Gateway Software (HGA)", "Management Software (ACS)" and "Products & Solutions" and on a complementary portfolio of services and support.

Tilgin´s solution creates opportunities for operators to not only address its cost structure, but also generate new revenue streams, strengthen their brand and increase the quality of their subscriber services.

Tilgin’s sales organization has also been reinforced and the collaboration with existing partners strengthened. As a result, Tilgin has renewed many contracts with existing clients and received several new ones.

Tilgin is now looking for partners in chosen countries to increase its presence and widen its existing partner network. Tilgin is looking for sales partner as well as partner with technical competence able to locally deliver service and support to customers.

“We have established contacts with potential partners and I must say that the first reactions were really positive” says Lars Norman, VP Sales & Marketing at Tilgin. He continues “I believe that the positive reactions are due to the fact that we have an interesting and complete portfolio. With our gateways, fiber termination, gateway software, and management software, we can offer a complete solution for the connected home and that is a unique selling point.”

Tilgin is specifically looking for partners in EMEA, Russia and Baltics states. The Tilgin partner program offers sales support, technical expertise as well as product and solution trainings.

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