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Communications Provider PowerNet Global Looking for Partners to Win Business
By Ed Silverstein, TMCnet Contributor
PowerNet Global (News - Alert) is looking for partners who can help in its mission to provide communications services to businesses and residents nationwide – giving much as a communications provider.
A leader in the telecommunications industry for nearly two decades, PNG is a provider of voice, data, SIP, and managed services.
Its Partner Program is designed to provide partners with the newest solutions at competitive prices while also providing top commissions, bonuses, and superior service to go along with it, the company said. PNG says it provides partners with the resources they need to win more business.
Just some of the partner benefits include:
• Promotions & Incentives
• Complete Online Customer Reporting
• Dedicated Agent Manager & Support Team
• Access to Multiple Carriers
• Customer Referral Program
• Agent Training Classes
• Aggressive On-Time Commissions
• Flexible Domestic & International Rate Plans
• Complete Online Commission Reporting
• U.S. Based Call Center & Trained Representatives
• No Buy-In - No Quotas
• Agent Referral Program
• Up-sell & Retention Programs
PNG also asks applicants to the partner program what they are most interested in? The categories include:
Dedicated Voice Services
Dedicated Data Services
Dedicated VoIP/SIP Services
Switched Long Distance
Residential Voice Services
Residential Data Services
Wholesale Voice Services
Wholesale Data Services
International Voice Services
To apply to the partner program, please click here.
Headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio, PowerNet Global offers an expanding array of products, with its services supported by an expanding footprint, network, sales professionals, and support teams that are dedicated to providing partners and customers with the service they really need to be able to focus on their business.
Ed Silverstein is a contributing editor for TMCnet's InfoTech Spotlight. To read more of his articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Ed Silverstein