The 2018 State of Infrastructure Report from Interop ITX and InformationWeek revealed that network security is the mainspring for future network investments.
TBI Highlights Woman of the Channel, Sammi Doti from TBI
Sammi is the Enterprise Business Development Manager at TBI and has been with TBI since November of 2012. She started in the call center and six months later was promoted to quote for TBI’s Enterprise Partners.
TBI Highlights Woman of the Channel, Laura Buttimer of Mitel
Laura Buttimer is currently the National Channel Manager at Mitel, where she has been for over seven years, mostly in a Channel Manager role.
TBI Highlights Woman of the Channel, Hope Onweller from TBI
Hope is a Program Manager at TBI in our Post Sales department and has been with TBI since September of 2004.
TBI is committed to providing our partners with valuable information that helps drive sales and grow their businesses. We surveyed hundreds of customers from several of our large partners, asking them about their current technology and future needs. We talked about everything from their technology assessment cycle to their disaster recovery plans.
TBI's Emily Ball and Bryan Reynolds deliver March Channel News.
Software Defined Secure Branch is a purpose built solution designed for businesses and organizations with complex multi-location IT management needs and the desire for more visibility, security protection, and control of their network. Once in place, it helps keep the network secure and accessible through a combination of simplified management, the intuitive software defined wide area network (SD-WAN) solution, and security.
TBI Highlights Woman of the Channel, Jasmina Muller of 8x8
Jasmina Muller is currently the Regional Vice President for the Channel West at 8x8. She came to 8x8 in July of 2018 looking to expand her career within the cloud industry. Coming from a telco background of more than 20+ years, Jasmina needed to see what else was out there. With so many companies looking to be the next best "transformation" company, she says, she really liked the vision and story behind 8x8. They are the only cloud company to own their technology stack from the start and unite voice, video, chat and contact center onto one platform.
This article was originally published on Skywire
NEW YORK, NY –– Skywire Networks, one of the fastest growing Ethernet providers in New York City, with more than 525 lit buildings, 35 distribution hubs and 39,000 near-net buildings, announced today their partnership with white-glove master agent TBI. TBI, one of the nation’s leading third-party technology distributors, will now offer their customers and agents access to Skywire’s extensive NYC broadband network.
It’s apparent that U.S. organizations have accepted that cloud is here to stay; A recent analysis from Maverick Research found that more than 80% of CIOs estimate that more than half of their business will be conducted on cloud infrastructure by 2020, and roughly the same number predicted that applications supported by a SaaS platform will support more than half of their business transactions.
TBI Highlights Woman of the Channel, Jessica Lattanzio from TBI
As a Senior Account Manager at TBI, Jessica is responsible for managing and supporting a team of inside sales reps on the the Verizon Mass Markets team and is based out of our Portland office.
TBI Highlights Woman of the Channel, Jenny Ruttman of BCN Telecom
Jenny Ruttman is currently the Marketing & Sales Enablement Manager at BCN and has over 15 years of B2B-focused marketing experience spanning many industries.
Optimizing Your LinkedIn Profile for Business Networking
We’ve entered an age when your professional social media presence is just as, if not more important than your physical presence. The reason? You can reach a wider breadth of people on social media, and it can help you create those in-person, physical connections that can spur sales opportunities or meetings that lead to profitable partnerships. Your LinkedIn profile has become a visual business card for your professional image, which is why it’s important that you optimize it. Let’s walk you through a few basic steps to optimize your profile.
TBI Highlights Woman of the Channel, Estera Pecura from TBI
As a Senior Account Manager at TBI, Estera is responsible for managing and supporting a team of inside sales reps on the the Verizon Mass Markets team. Her responsibilities include empowering her team with coaching, reviews, and all the tools they need to sell Verizon in the SMB market.
TBI's Marco Sanchez kicks off The Sales Series addressing common questions partners ask around security. In this series, partners learn about what we're hearing in the field around specific solutions and best practices to implement with their customers.
TBI and 8x8 are committed to making the sale of UCaaS and CCaaS both easy and profitable.
TBI and 8x8's leadership teams recently met at TBI HQ for a strategy session about making our relationship stronger than ever. We are focused on streamlining pre- and post-sales operations, improving response times, and providing partners the resources they need, when they need them. From executive alignment and sales leadership to training excellence and marketing support, it's never been a better time to sell 8x8.
TBI's Emily Ball and Bryan Reynolds deliver February Channel News.
TBI Highlights Woman of the Channel, Kathy Ann Flick of Windstream
Kathy Ann is a Partner Development Director on Windstream's Enterprise channel team with over 15 years of management and executive experience in the industry. Kathy Ann specializes in successfully building partner relationships from the ground up with an iconoclastic view.
As you discuss security plans with your customers, taking a layered approach is the best way to achieve a sound security strategy. Download our solutions sheet to understand internal, external and 3rd party security solutions that you can offer to your customers today.
CHICAGO, IL – February 1, 2018 - TBI, the white-glove solutions delivery provider, continuing the tradition of positioning itself at the forefront of the IT landscape through new strategic partnerships added two new vendors in January. The addition of Hosting.com and Nexvortex not only provides partners with new sets of solutions, but also offers additional resources for end-user engagement. As always, TBI’s solution engineers are accessible to help all selling partners confidently position, design and implement the new portfolio additions.