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There’s hundreds of reasons why clients across the U.S. choose BullsEye. See how we’ve helped companies like yours succeed by browsing our case studies below.
Auto Parts Chain
An automotive aftermarket parts company with approximately 500 locations, plus more than 100 independent locations in 18 states was a BullsEye POTS and broadband service client. Ready to make a change for a more cost-effective solution, they looked to BullsEye for help.
One of the largest independent banks headquartered in Southern California came to BullsEye in 2014. With more than 130 locations worldwide, they were looking to consolidate communications providers and have a more streamlined customer service experience.
Food Products Distributor
In 2018, one of the largest producers, distributors and marketers of premium quality, branded food products for the U.S. retail market was looking to consolidate communications vendors, prices and billing while increasing the level of customer service they received from their communications partner.
Grocery Store Chain
In 2012, a Michigan-based company operating 34 energy retail outlets selected BullsEye to consolidate its POTS and cable services for 28 locations. Having their communications “always on” was key for the retailer, and BullsEye’s proven strategy for consolidating services delivered as promised.
Casual Restaurant Chain
A franchiser and operator of more than 420 restaurants in 42 states across the U.S. and 29 countries around the world was looking to upgrade their communications services and was referred to BullsEye by one of the communications solutions provider’s clients.
Fast Casual Restaurant Chain
In 2016, a company with 217 Italian fast food restaurants in 26 states was looking for a partner to manage its broadband and upgrade the company’s voice services. One requirement was that the partner could guarantee the reach to secure providers in some of its more rural restaurant locations.
IoT – Temperature Monitoring
A franchisee of a Canadian-based North American restaurant was experiencing service issues during peak hours. Employees were unable to document food temperatures while servicing customers efficiently. The franchisee was unable to meet requirements for food temperature.
Multi-Concept Restaurant Company
A California-based Multi-Concept restaurant company that manages more than 30 restaurants from southern California to northern Oregon. Its restaurant concepts include Burger King, Marie Callendar’s, Applebee’s, Logan’s Roadhouse, View 202, and Premiere Catering. The company was looking to modernize its communication system, streamline the inefficiencies and inaccuracy of multiple invoices, and improve technical support at its locations.
Multi-Unit Restaurant Franchise
One of the largest and fastest-growing fast-casual restaurant brands with more than 80 locations throughout the Southwest and Midwest U.S. was looking to streamline its communications, improve efficiency and adopt a reliable solution to reduce downtime at its locations.
Quick Serve Mexican Restaurant
A quick serve restaurant chain based in the United States, specializing in Mexican-style grilled chicken, was rapidly expanding and dealing with multiple communications providers was becoming increasingly problematic, causing confusion and slower issue resolution as well as higher costs to the company from their multiple service providers. Simply stated, the company wanted to improve its communications solution, increase productivity, and bolster growth.
Nonprofit Healthcare Service
One of the nation’s largest nonprofit community blood service providers with nearly 1,000 hospitals and health care partners across 40 states was tired of managing multiple carriers, rates and invoices, and was looking to consolidate its POTS service to a single, responsive, full-service provider.
In 2012, a health network with 14 hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers, imaging centers and a 490-member primary and specialty care physician network for 620,000 members in Michigan and Indiana was acquiring hospitals and looking to consolidate communications vendors and billing.
In 2008, a company providing food, facilities management and uniforms to Fortune 500 companies, healthcare providers, educational institutions, iconic destinations and cultural attractions, and numerous municipalities in 19 countries was looking for a provider offering continuous, responsive support.
Leasing and Property Management
A national leasing and managing company with a portfolio of luxury properties, that has locations across the country and regional managers responsible for their property’s budgets, needed a communications solution that was two-fold – upgrade technology and equipment, and provide a cost savings across the business. The company seeks to provide residents with exceptionally well-managed apartment homes.
A property management company, providing services to nearly 30,000 residential apartment homes in communities across 21 states, was looking to streamline billing, cut costs and create a consistent positive resident experience regardless of what community someone contacted.
A Michigan-based real estate investment trust that owns, operates or has an interest in manufactured housing and recreational vehicle communities with more than 400 locations nationwide, had multiple providers for voice and data across its properties and the company struggled with making sense of its inventory. Hundreds of disparate services and invoices created both inefficiencies and inaccuracies. It was difficult for them to even have a clear picture of what services were in place.
Health Care Real Estate
A leading real estate investment trust with a diverse portfolio of approximately 1,200 assets in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom consisting of senior housing communities, medical office buildings, university-based research and innovation centers, inpatient rehabilitation and long-term acute care facilities, and health systems was looking to consolidate lines, reduce costs and incorporate a VoIP solution at selected locations.
Title Insurance & Services Company
A leading provider of title insurance, settlement services and risk solutions for real estate transactions in 70 countries had nearly 1,000 POTS lines in place through BullsEye. So, when they needed a solution to incorporate broadband service on a circuit, they turned to their trusted partner.
Property & Casualty Insurance Company
In 2013, the world’s largest publicly traded property and casualty insurance company wanted to eliminate multiple monthly bills and secure a dedicated team with its communications providers. Working with an agent familiar with BullsEye, the company signed on as a voice and data client.
Discount Fashion Retailer
A discount retailer with outlets in Delaware, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia wanted to upgrade their communications through a partner with the customer and technical services to fulfill its needs.
Discount Retail Chain
In 2015, the parent company of the largest off-price apparel and home fashion retailer in the U.S. was looking to consolidate its POTS service and reduce communications costs across its locations. After learning about BullsEye, the company selected BullsEye to manage its POTS services.
Home Furniture Chain
Since 2012, a Michigan-based American manufacturer and retailer that makes home furniture, including upholstered
recliners, sofas, stationary chairs, lift chairs and sleeper sofas has relied on BullsEye to provide POTS services for 136
U.S. locations, including its corporate headquarters, manufacturing facilities and retail showrooms. In 2017, the
company asked BullsEye to assist with some non-POTS-related technical issues at its locations.
Retail Management Group
A national management group that owns and operates retail outlets under various brand names was working with a large multinational telecommunications company, which was not delivering the level of customer service required plus that provider was charging a premium price.
HVAC/R Product Distributor
One of the largest distributors of refrigeration, air conditioning and heating parts and equipment in North America was looking to consolidate services and reduce costs, so they tapped BullsEye for their communications expertise and client service.
The largest independent distributor of plastics in North America experienced significant growth and acquired new locations across the country, each with different communication configurations that resulted in inefficiencies in the network, hundreds of invoices and inconsistencies in services and quality. They had a goal of reducing the number of vendors they interacted with, increasing bandwidth a minimum of 10x and shrinking their cost structure by 50% all while improving communication across the organization. The company has over 40 locations and approximately 550 employees.
After a demonstration of BullsEye’s capabilities, a multi-national conglomerate with a focus on industrial engineering and steel production, tapped the company in January 2019 to consolidate its communications services at locations across the country.