Broadvox (News - Alert) has become a main sponsor of the 2008 NATD Winter Conference and Exhibition, according to an announcement from the company today. The conference will take place in Miami, Florida on February 20-23. It will include three days of product demonstrations and exhibitions from many of the top IP Telephony technology companies. Opportunities for attendees to learn to take advantage of new IP telephony services and products are scheduled. There will also be social events and a charity golf tournament.
Value-added resellers (VARs) will have the chance to join Broadvox for focus group sessions, and learn how SIP Trunking can help their business grow. With the price of new phone systems being forced down by lower cost IP PBXs, Broadvox will discuss how to create an ongoing revenue stream and expand sales opportunities through its SIP Trunking product offering.
“NATD has provided an excellent venue for telecom dealers to showcase their products and services,” said Broadvox VP of Channel Sales Mark Bresler (News - Alert). “In addition to the conference, the NATD provides services and education to its members and requires them to maintain a code of ethics through its promotion and enforcement of professional business practices, an asset to our industry.”
Broadvox’s market coverage in the U.S. and Canada surpasses 90%, and delivers unlimited local calling, as well as discounted toll-free, nationwide and international calling. The SIP Trunking offering can provide for dynamic load balancing, business continuity during a crisis and unlimited geographical call distribution—thus eliminating or reducing the number of PRIs and branch office PBXs. Broadvox GO! SIP Trunking includes DIDs, E911 and local number portability, letting businesses keep their current phone numbers.
The Broadvox Partner Program provides for commissions with every sale and recurring revenue based on ongoing customer usage of the SIP Trunking products and services. Those interested can contact Broadvox via the website, or call to speak with a Regional Channel Sales Manager to learn more about the program.
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