Channel Program Roundup: VaultLogix, BridgePoint, Talari

This week we've got VaultLogix, BridgePoint Technologies and Talari Networks in the Channel Partner Program Roundup.

Charlene O'Hanlon

March 21, 2013

3 Min Read
Channel Program Roundup: VaultLogix, BridgePoint, Talari

Howdy, partner, and welcome to this week's Channel Partner Program Roundup, featuring the latest in channel partner news and information. This week we've got VaultLogixBridgePoint Technologies and Talari Networks in the roundup, so let's head 'em up and move 'em out.

VaultLogix: It's contest time for certified resellers of the business-class cloud backup service provider. For every five billable customers brought to VaultLogix during the contest period of April 1-June 30, 2013, partners will receive an entry in a drawing, with a maximum of 10 entries. The winner of the drawing will be announced by July 15, 2013 and will receive a set of Premium Bose Speakers.

"Resellers are core to our success so we want to reward them for their loyalty and hard work," said Tim Hannibal, founder and CEO, VaultLogix.

BridgePoint Technologies: The information technology consulting firm has forged a partnership with XCLUTEL Communications, provider of integrated managed telecom solutions, under which XCLUTEL customers will have access to BridgePoint's managed services and IT solutions, while BridgePoint customers will have direct access to XCLUTEL's integrated voice and data access solutions and business telephone systems.

"BridgePoint's IT business solutions and managed service capabilities enable XCLUTEL to expand its services while fortifying clients’ mission-critical processes by providing 24/7 monitoring, maintenance and the service assurance they expect," said Scott Sinclair, CEO of XCLUTEL Communications.

Talari Networks: The provider of solutions to increase WAN reliability and quality has been selected by Avaya for membership as a Technology Partner in the Avaya DevConnect program.

Talari is the developer of Mercury Adaptive Private Networking WAN appliances, a WAN solution that aggregates broadband, leased-line and other links to achieve greater network reliability and performance. As a DevConnect Technology Partner, Talari expects to deliver proven interoperability of its solutions with Avaya’s unified communications portfolio so that companies can better manage network performance-sensitive applications, such as VoIP, desktop videoconferencing and virtual desktop infrastructure.

And that's this week's Channel Partner Program Roundup. There's always news happening in the channel, so check back next week for more. Until then, ride tall and stay safe.

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