The globalization of U.S. business provides channel partners with opportunities in information and communications technology (ICT). This Report offers expert insights on the rewards at stake and the pitfalls to avoid in expanding their businesses to service an increasingly multinational client base.

February 11, 2016

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Going Global

As the world continues flattening and U.S. businesses establish international locations, demand for long-distance connectivity has never been greater. For solution providers, this trend means plenty of new opportunity, but considerable reward potential brings pitfalls, too. This Report provides key guidance to help channel partners successfully expand their businesses to serve an increasingly multinational client base.

Takeaways for Your Business

  • Learn why the time is right to expand your services to international markets

  • Understand which markets have the lowest and highest barriers to entry

  • Get a detailed road map to help ensure international expansion success.

About the Author

Anne Rawland Gabriel has more than 20 years of experience writing about business technologies as a journalist and marketing communications consultant. Her work spans technology ranging from the latest in Wi-Fi, network intelligence and SDN to traditional data center and desktop solutions. In addition to Channel Partners content, Gabriel currently contributes to other channel publications as well as in education, financial services and various industry trade publications. Previously, she spent nearly a decade as a contributing editor to Bank Systems & Technology, Insurance & Technology and Wall Street & Technology. Earlier in her career she worked as a communications executive at a top software company and established her own award-winning regional marketing communications firm. Gabriel holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from Grinnell College.

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