January 08, 2018
Webinar - How Channel Can Be Disruptive, Grow Revenue
By Paula Bernier, Executive Editor, TMC
The business communications solution marketplace is filled with suppliers. That can make it difficult for a salesperson to break through the noise. Of course, the same could be said for lodging and transportation industries before companies like Airbnb and VRBO, and Lyft and Uber, arrived on the scene. What the business communications space needs, according to nexogy, is a new pricing model that appeals to end users and helps channel partners generate more revenue.
During the Feb. 7 webinar “Discover Disruptive Cloud PBX Pricing that Increases Channel Revenue,” nexogy’s National Channel Manager Oscar Sed will provide details. (Sed is a telecommunications industry veteran who’s also been in channel sales at Windstream Telecom, Cypress Communications (News - Alert), BellSouth, and Allegiance Telecom.) And agents, master agents, IT outsourcing entities, managed service providers, unified communications and collaboration service providers, and value-added resellers are invited to attend.
They will learn what’s wrong with the current cloud PBX (News - Alert) model. Sed will explain how they can generate more revenue with a disruptive pricing model. He will offer insight on the savings and simplification end users will benefit from in the process. And webinar attendees will learn about nexogy’s lead-to-cash B/OSS application, which makes it easy for agents to sell the company’s services.
Those services include business internet, contact center solutions, CRM integrations, hosted PBX, managed firewall, managed network solutions, and
SIP/TDM trunking. ClubMed, Fortun Insurance, Pan American Life Insurance Group, Parlux Fragrances Inc. are among nexogy’s customers
A November nexogy blog explains that the company’s channel partners can earn up to 200 percent in upfront commissions, and 20 percent in residual reward payments for easy sale. The company also recently introduced a tool to enable IT companies and MSPs easily offer cloud PBX under either the nexogy name or their own brands.
Edited by Maurice Nagle