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© Copyright Teletouch Communications, Inc – Proprietary and Confidential Progressive Concepts, Inc. Wholesale Distribution Let us connect you.
© Copyright Teletouch Communications, Inc – Proprietary and Confidential Why PCI? PCI is one of the countrys most trusted value-add suppliers of cellular handsets and accessories. Providing the industrys most extensive range of products at competitive prices, our team works to ensure that both customers and vendors feel listened to and respected throughout their experience. Centrally located in the DFW metropolitan area, PCI maintains an international client-base while rapidly responding to all customer needs and requests.
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© Copyright Teletouch Communications, Inc – Proprietary and Confidential PCIs Advantage As a one call provider of wireless products and services, PCI has an unfaltering commitment in catering to the needs of our customers. Through our extensive product diversity, on time shipping, and proven distribution efficiency, positive results are guaranteed. Partnering with PCI helps out partners facilitate their operations and bottom line. We Understand The Needs of The Manufacturer We Understand The Needs of The Dealer
© Copyright Teletouch Communications, Inc – Proprietary and Confidential We Understand The Needs of The Manufacturer Increased need for faster product time-to-market Increased number of channels through which products are sold Average selling price and device margin pressures Difficulties and costs associated with customization for specific markets Reverse logistics and high return rates The ability to efficiently manage working capital The ability to accurately forecast demand drivers Where We Can Help!
© Copyright Teletouch Communications, Inc – Proprietary and Confidential We Understand The Needs of The Dealers The ability to manage the increasingly broad array of complex wireless products The complexity of multiple SKUs, operators and rate plans are not the variables many retailers feel comfortable managing directly The need to efficiently manage working capital to mitigate inventory The need to drive additional profit per square footage through improved shelf-space and customized marketing programs The availability of product at Point of Sale Where We Can Help!
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© Copyright Teletouch Communications, Inc – Proprietary and Confidential Our Parent Company Local in nature. National in Stature. For over 48 years, Teletouch has offered a comprehensive suite of wireless telecommunications solutions, including cellular, two-way radio, GPS-telemetry and wireless messaging. Teletouch is a leading direct Authorized Services Provider and billing agent of AT&T products and services (voice, data and entertainment) to consumers, businesses and government agencies, as well as an operator of its own two-way radio network and LTR systems in Texas. Recently, Teletouch entered into national agency and distribution agreements with Clearwire, providers of advanced 4G network services. Teletouch operates a chain of 24 retail and authorized agent stores under the Teletouch and Hawk Electronics brands, in conjunction with its direct sales force, call center operations, and various retail e-commerce websites including: and Though its wholly owned subsidiary, Progressive Concept, Inc., Teletouch operates a national distribution business, PCI Wholesale, primarily serving large cellular carrier agents and rural carriers, as well as auto dealers and smaller consumer electronics retailers, with product sales and support available through and among other B2B oriented websites. Teletouch 5718 Airport Freeway Fort Worth, TX Investment Highlights Public company traded over-the- counter, stock symbol: TLLE Clean cap structure Over 61,000 subscribers Partnerships with Fortune 500 companies Proprietary cellular and multi-product billing platform Fully integrated Customer Care (call) Center National CE Wholesale Distribution Business Insiders own over 80% of the company
© Copyright Teletouch Communications, Inc – Proprietary and Confidential How To Contact Us Websites: Michael Dickens Senior Vice President O – M – Contacts: Chris Mundt Director of Wholesale Distribution O – M –
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