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8 Pitfalls to Avoid When Partnering
With A Hosted Voice Provider

Practical Lessons for US-based Agents, VARs, Integrators,
OEMs and Distributors

Tuesday April 23, 2013 2:00 PM ET/ 11:00 AM PT




 
  Hosted voice solutions are an easy way to grow your service portfolio, increase revenue, improve customer satisfaction and decrease support costs…but only if you have the right partner with the right channel program.

When VoIP was a 4 letter word it was hard to choose a service provider that would satisfy your need for long-term revenue gains and please your business customers at the same time. US-based companies had few reliable options, but the world has changed. Today there are hundreds of providers and the pool of service providers with agent/channel programs seems to be expanding daily.

With so many hosted voice providers and options, many would think it’s easier for US-based companies to choose a service provider to work with…think again!

So how do you choose now?

US-based companies are encouraged to join us for 8 Pitfalls to Avoid When Partnering With A Hosted Voice Provider.

  US-Based companies who attend
will learn:
  • How to evaluate providers and solutions for long-term success
  • How to go to market and expand quickly without major investments
  • How to increase wallet share from existing customers
  • How to integrate systems and processes to improve performance
Who should attend:
  • US-based Telecom Agents
  • US-based Value-Added Resellers
  • US-based System Integrators
  • US-based OEMs and manufactures
  • US-based IT Distributors
 
   
 

Speakers:
 
 

Kevin Goodman
Broadview Networks
Managing Director

Paula Bernier
Executive Editor
TMCnet
 
     
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