VoIP and IP technologies have made rapid inroads into most countries around the world today. VoIP is used extensively by both individuals and businesses because of the many advantages that come with it.
Like other countries, VoIP is prevalent in Australia too. The largest VoIP network in Australia is owned by a company called MyNetFone, and it carries over 3.2 billion voice minutes every year. It offers hosted voice and data services for commercial, residential and business enterprises. Also, MyNetFone is the only Australian carrier that is certified to interoperate with Microsoft (News - Alert) Lync. Founded in 2004, this company is headquartered in Sydney, Australia.
To help businesses make the most of its VoIP services, MyNetFone offers a channel partner program. Under this program, IT integrators, PBX (News - Alert) companies and any other organization involved in providing business communication solutions can offer MyNetFone's products to their clients. As a part of the partner program, MyNetFone will offer pre-sales support, client consultation, proposal management, project management and post-sales support. Besides these services, MyNetFone also appoints a dedicated account manager for each partner to assist them with any problems.
Under this program, channel partners can earn money through hardware installation, service commissions and trailing commissions. Above all this, partners get to establish a strong relationship with their clients by providing them reliable and secure support for all their communication and technology needs.
This partner program has been a success for MyNetFone and its partners because of the financial rewards associated with it. As for MyNetFone, it has already established its infrastructure, and this program is another marketing channel to reach out to more customers in Australia. With the growth of its channel program, the company also grows. As for the partners, they get to offer MyNetFone's service as an add-on to their own services to give clients a comprehensive solution. Therefore, this channel program is a win-win program for everyone involved.
Edited by Alisen Downey