Excel Communications Worldwide, Inc. Certified by the Women's Business Enterprise National Council

Harleysville, PA July 19, 2022 –(– Excel Communications Worldwide, Inc. (Excel), an industry leader in telecommunications and cabling technology solutions, is delighted to announce certification as a Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE) by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC).

“Receiving WBE certification provides a critical opportunity to strengthen existing connections, foster developing relationships, and celebrate construction industry diversity,” commented Kristen Mallonee, President of Excel. “Through Excel’s commitment to inclusive company culture – where each member has a voice and feels supported – our team has created an environment aligned with the core values of the WBENC.”

Excel is a prevalent force in the telecommunications, A/V, and DAS (Distributed Antenna Systems) industries. For over twenty years, Excel has provided innovative solutions to their partners by recognizing and responding to global business trends. As industry shifts towards diversity and equality, Excel evaluated its organization for areas of improvement. To further support its goal of creating an inclusive workplace, Excel pursued and achieved a WBE certification.

“Becoming WBE certified was a top priority of ours to relationship-building with our customers,” said Derek Loux, VP of Excel. “If all we offered were cabling and technology solutions, we wouldn’t be thriving. Our team – the human element ­­- that’s the key to our success.”

WBE certification allows Excel to invest in relationships with customers who recognize the importance of supplier diversity. By including women-owned businesses like Excel, corporations and government agencies demonstrate support for supplier diversity programs.

Excel looks forward to sustaining a successful team with 21 years of industry experience and continued efforts toward inclusive partnerships. To learn more about Excel Communications Worldwide, Inc., please visit

About WBENC certification:
The WBENC standard of certification implemented by the WBE is a meticulous process, including an in-depth review of the business and site inspection. The certification process is designed to confirm the business is at least 51% owned, operated, and controlled by a woman or women.

About Excel Communications Worldwide, Inc.:
Excel Communications Worldwide, Inc., established in 2001, is an industry leader in telecommunications and cabling technology solutions headquartered in suburban Philadelphia. We serve large Fortune 500 clients in the financial, healthcare, government, education, manufacturing, and commercial industries, as well as smaller, local companies. From design to installation and implementation, our team provides high-quality, end-to-end solutions for your specific business requirements.

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O2 One of the Scammers' Favourite Target – Tellows Publishes Unique Study – Fraud with Fake O2 Calls Increases Rapidly

Manchester, United Kingdom July 17, 2022 –(– Data base of the study

In a unique study, the consumer protection platform examined calls assigned to O2. Data from the last June from around 50 telephone numbers were analyzed.

Fraud wave

The data from tellows shows an increase in unwanted numbers over the last few years. Fraud methods such as imposters from fake O2 employees have increased significantly since then.

The lifetime of individual scam phone numbers is always relatively short, but a lot of people are contacted during their active time. The calls take place in waves. They pretend to be O2 employees, some people have reported to hear a strong Indian accent from the caller and call center background. Their main purpose is trying to obtain sensitive customer data with the excuse of internal updates or renovation of contracts.

Official O2 phone numbers are targets for spoofing
O2 service numbers are often used for spoofing purposes. Scammers are manipulating the caller ID on the screen. When people see that a trustworthy O2 number is calling, they are more likely to pick up the phone and hand out personal details.

Database of the tellows Insights

For the report, telephone numbers were examined in the period from 1st of June 2022 to 30th June 2022, which were searched and rated on tellows during this time. The analyzed phone numbers were categorized with the tellows score (1 – trustworthy to 9 – dubious). This indicates the risk evaluation of a telephone number. The higher the score, the more dubious the caller. The amount of phone numbers reported to tellows in connection with O2 were examined. The number of total calls caused by the telephone numbers was not analysed.

For editorial enquiries, information on tellows Insights and tellows data, please contact the tellows editorial team by email [email protected]

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Miriam Consoni
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