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Are you an ISP, MSP, WISP? Use LucidView Cloud, give your company an edge

Over the past decade, we have seen a rapid growth in Internet usage in all sectors of our society, from children as young as 10 with smartphones, to small and medium enterprises that rely on the Internet to get business done, to large enterprises that would struggle to exist without global connectivity.  With the costs of data dropping, the large-scale roll-out of fibre, what added value do you as a service provider offer that gives you an edge over your competitors?  You could develop your own solution that provides your client with early detection and notification systems, but this would use valuable resources like time and money in an area that is not your main business focus. You could also purchase prebuilt systems and attempt to integrate them. Either option is going to cost you significantly in time and money.  Emerging global trends are beginning to indicate that the largest and most successful connectivity providers all have at least one thing in common: a cloud-based partner providing a service that enriches and complements their existing service offerings.  LucidView is that cloud-based partner, and it has a solution designed specifically for you. LucidView offer a 100% white label, back-end cloud solution that will allow you, the service provider, to offer your clients a comprehensive value-add to their current services, services branded as your own.

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