PowerNet Global (News
) wants its partners to be aware of improvements to its data services offering.
Company officials say PNG now has lower pricing to offer partners, as well as additional carriers and more coverage – and they have an improved quoting tool that partners can access on an Agent Portal. If current partners need help resetting their log-in to access the quoting tool, they now have easier methods of contacting the company via telephone or e-mail, and agents interested in becoming a partner can visit a Web site to sign up.
The idea behind Partner Program, PNG officials say, is “to provide our partners with the newest products at competitive prices while also supporting you with top commissions, bonuses, and superior service to go along with it.”
Noting that they’ve been in the telecom industry for nearly two decades, company officials say “we provide you with the resources you need to win more business.
And looking at the revamped offerings, there is certainly a wide variety to choose from. PNG now offers promotions and incentives, complete online customer reporting, a dedicated agent manager and support team, access to multiple carriers and a customer referral program.
There are also agent training classes, what company officials describe as “aggressive” on-time commissions, flexible domestic and international rate plans and complete online commission reporting.
They’re offering U.S.-based call center and trained representatives with what they say is a “no buy-in, no quotas, no bad debt” policy and an agent referral program.
A week ago PNG announced plans to begin its search to acquire complementary businesses.
In January, PowerNet Global communicated plans to restructure
its organization to accelerate growth in the business space. One of the cornerstones of executing this strategy will be the acquisition of companies that complement PNG’s core business, company officials say.
“We’re committed to accelerating our growth in the Enterprise space and an acquisition by PowerNet Global could offer owners an exit strategy and drive greater profitability in a combined entity,” said Stuart Chowning, business development strategist at PowerNet Global.
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Edited by Michael Dinan