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Cablevision launches Optimum Business Benefits program

Mon, 03/01/2010 - 7:35am
Mike Robuck

Cablevision’s Optimum Business division is helping out its voice and data customers in the New York metropolitan area with a new partner program that helps them save money.

Optimum Business Benefits offers discount pricing and other benefits to Optimum Business customers. Anchor tenants of the program included FedEx, Automated Data Processing (ADP), CardWorks and U.S. Business Technology. Additional companies will be added to the program on an ongoing basis to provide pre-negotiated benefits and savings for members.

“Thousands of small businesses in the New York Metropolitan area depend on Optimum Business for reliable performance and savings on communications services, and, starting today, Optimum Business Benefits provides additional savings on a number of fundamental services that are important to small businesses,” said Stephanie Anderson, vice president of marketing for commercial services at Cablevision. “Optimum Business customers will get even more value from their relationship with Cablevision through special offers from top suppliers of mission-critical business functions, including shipping and document services, credit card processing, office equipment leasing and payroll services.”

The initial offers for Optimum Business Benefits members include:

  • ADP – Special offers on payroll and HR services
  • CardWorks – Exclusive credit card processing fee reductions
  • FedEx – Discounts on shipping and printing services
  • U.S. Business Technology – Special pricing on office equipment and leasing, plus “white glove” (replacement) service

Cablevision said ADP, CardWorks, FedEx and U.S. Business Technology all had existing vendor relationships with Cablevision, and Optimum Business is extending these relationships to members of the Optimum Business Benefits program.

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