Virtual PBX services are gaining popularity among small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) thanks to advanced features such as HD voice quality, video conferencing, fax to e-mail, unified visual voicemail, and more.
Recently Easy Office Phone (News - Alert), a provider of PBX business phone services in North America, expanded its Hosted PBX Dealer Program across North America. The program offers a rich commission structure and can be seamlessly integrated into existing product and service portfolios, allowing dealers to easily offer PBX (News - Alert) capabilities to their clients and open up new revenue streams. It requires no investment, but opens up new revenue streams for firms such as managed service providers, IT firms, and hardware suppliers/installers.
The company also refers leads to dealers in its local area. These referrals drive new sales opportunities for dealers, such as hardware sales, network consulting, and value-added services.
According to Carl Watene, Easy Office Phone’s VP of Sales and Channel Development, the company designed the program for its dealers to facilitate a rapid sales cycle with full training and a wide range of marketing resources, so they can focus on their core service offerings.
“We give our dealers the right tools to succeed, and we back them with a dedicated Hosted PBX project manager and technician,” Watene added in a statement.
The powerful and intuitive interface powered within this platform provides dealers with ability to simplify and speed up sales cycles, from initial lead entry to converted account. The company also offers robust training and support, in addition to marketing collateral that can be co-branded.
“We’ve structured the program to be highly rewarding for our partners, and we believe it’s the best of its kind in the marketplace,” said Watene.
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Edited by Jamie Epstein