Telecom4Good develops self-sustaining programs to help NGOs reduce their direct overhead costs associated with the research, negotiation, procurement, and management of their Internet services globally.
The passion behind Telecom4Good is about empowering NGOs and encouraging collaboration to aggregate Internet bandwidth within areas where multiple NGOs operate. Through this group effort, Telecom4Good can negotiate significant cost savings while also improving the quality of Internet service for international NGOs.
Telecom4Good’s dedicated to helping NGOs reduce or eliminate the internal overhead associated with telecommunication services globally. We improve the quality and performance of Internet service by using dedicated 1:1 contention Internet and lowering costs by aggregating the bandwidth and leveraging economies of scale through our local partners globally.
Our services include:
Robert Anderson President/CEO
Robert is the CEO of Telecom4Good. His experience with both international telecommunications work and international nonprofit efforts. His background in telecommunications has given him an understanding of global business operations. His focus on improving the quality of service has also motivated him to look for ways to reduce the cost to meet the customers’ business objectives.
Robert is driven to create an environment for NGOs to leverage collaboration with other locally based NGOs in Africa. Aggregating their internet purchases will not only command higher quality internet but also significantly reduce costs. Robert has personal relationships with 300+ international NGOs with more than 2500 offices globally. To meet the needs of Telecom4Good’s NGO clients, he has built executive relationships with more than 129 high-quality Internet service providers around the world. Robert has been working with many of the leading NGOs through conferences, roundtables, webinars sponsored by InsideNGO and NetHope. This collaboration has helped further efforts to improve internet network performance and reduce overhead costs associated with research, contracting, procuring, managing and maintaining Internet services.