Channel Partner Program Roundup: Ipanema, Thinking Phone
Howdy, everyone, and welcome again to the Channel Partner Program Roundup, our weekly collection of channel partner news and views. This week we’ve got tidbits from Ipanema Technologies and Thinking Phone Networks, so let’s get going.
Ipanema Technologies: The application performance solutions vendor has signed a reseller agreement with Enterprise Integration (EI), a global provider of managed services, whereby Enterprise Integration will leverage Ipanema’s advanced application performance technology on behalf of its customers.
Ipanema’s fully integrated solution, including Application Visibility, QoS & Control, WAN Optimization, Dynamic WAN Selection and Rightsizing, will be used by Enterprise Integration to provide customers of all sizes application performance for business efficiency, according to the company.
The Enterprise Integration solution, QX Guardian, is built upon Ipanema’s advanced application performance technology and is offered as a quality of experience tool that dynamically manages application performance according to business priorities, to avoid negative impacts on end-user experience and productivity. The solution provides guaranteed dynamic application performance according to business priorities and traffic conditions, full visibility on application use and performance, WAN governance and IT spending reduction. Ipanema’s advanced application performance technology optimizes data paths, prioritizes traffic, monitors application performance and automatically adjusts to accommodate end-user needs.
Thinking Phone Networks: The enterprise cloud communications service provider has added Bridgepointe Technologies to its cloud channel partner program as a master partner for its unified communications (UC) solution.
“We are very excited to join with Bridgepointe Technologies, one of the premier information technology consulting firms in the industry and a recognized leader in the channel community,” said Rob Shelby, Thinking Phone Networks regional vice president of Channel Sales. “Our work with Bridgepointe has already begun and we are actively engaged in several opportunities that will allow their customers to benefit from moving communications and collaboration applications to the cloud.”
Thinking Phone Networks works with its channel partners to move their business to the cloud and maximize revenues from new, high-margin UC services, including IP voice, video, mobility, analytics, presence/instant messaging, contact center, unified messaging and conferencing.
And that this week’s Channel Partner Program Roundup. Yeah, it’s a bit short, but it’s not every week we get hit with a hurricane. Check back next week to see if we’re back to our regular roundup. Until then, stay safe. Really.