LANSDALE, Pa. – February 03, 2015 – As part of the rapid expansion of their national Agent and VAR channel, NetCarrier has selected Telecom Brokerage Inc. (TBI) as their second Platinum Master Agent; they will be selecting a total of five. Based in Chicago, TBI is one of the largest technology master agencies in the country with more than 2,000 agents nationwide. With this addition, NetCarrier's total nationwide authorized partner count is now nearing 3,000 agents and subagents.
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In today’s world of technology, VARs are at risk. That’s what Ken Mercer explains in his article, “Cashing in on Convergence: A Survival Guide for VARs”, published on The VAR Guy, January 27th. Ken explains that it is no longer sufficient for VARs to sell from a single silo of products, whether hardware or software, as they have in the past.
*This article was originally published on CRN.com.
Large businesses — defined as those with 250+ employees, over 20 sites and a $50,000 spend on monthly recurring charges (MRC) — offer opportunities for big channel revenue rewards.
Did you miss yesterday’s TBI webinar? Here is a brief recap and link to the presentation.
In “Understanding your Prospects”, TBI Director of Sales Adam Knudsen and Sales Trainer Dave Landsberger discussed strategies agents can use when targeting prospective customers or introducing new services to their current customers.
What’s the square root of 347,890? What is the capital of New Zealand? How many nautical miles are between California and South Korea? What is your mother-in-law’s middle name?
Chances are most of you don’t know the answers to the questions above. I certainly don’t.
** This article was originally published on CRN.com.
The midsize business market – defined as those companies with 25-100 users, more than five corporate locations, and $5,000 in monthly recurring charges (MRC) – offers alluring opportunities for driving significant channel revenue growth in the years ahead.
When we talk about our technology being smart, I think of Buzz Lightyear. Specifically, I think of Buzz in his more delusional days in the first Toy Story film, when he genuinely believed that the laser pointer in his arm was a dangerous laser beam and not simply a red beam of light.