WTG moved to a new office last month in its hometown of Malibu and opened a second one 20 miles away in Calabasas. We have the pics that could make you envious.

Channel Partners

February 2, 2017

  • Image Gallery: WTG’s New Digs

    2016 was good to WTG, and this year is off to a promising start.

    The master agent and connectivity-services distributor moved to a new office last month in its hometown of Malibu, California, and opened a second one 20 miles away in Calabasas. WTG sent us some pictures of the new digs to share with you.

    Caution: This gallery features pictures that might foster envy! We also offer a recap of some of the big happenings at WTG over the past few months.

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  • WTG’s New SoCal Digs: Sunset


    WTG is celebrating its top partners this week at its President’s Club event in Belize, but as you can see, employees who made the trip have a pretty nice view to come back to from their new office in Malibu.

    This shot is from CEO Vince Bradley’s office at sunset. Careful, Vince! It might be pretty easy to go into trance staring out the window!

  • WTG’s New SoCal Digs: Ocean Gazing


    But Bradley’s space isn’t the only one with a great view of the Pacific.

    WTG has made some significant personnel moves throughout the country in the past few months, hiring Julie Dbuzay to oversee the company’s sales organization. The new VP of sales operations has more than 27 years of sales leadership experience that includes nine years at Integra.

    A notable promotion is that of Tommy Webb, who recently took over management and development responsibilities for WTG’s automated pricing system, PartnerEdge. He continues to oversee the master’s partner support team as a senior manager.

  • WTG’s New SoCal Digs: More Malibu


    WTG says the new offices result from “unprecedented growth” in 2016; the company expects the new spaces will help maintain that pace.

    Look for more hires in the near future, including new channel managers in the Mountain and Central time zones. The company plans to beef up its team to support operations in California as well.

  • WTG’s New SoCal Digs: Calabasas


    WTG also expanded into the Valley with this new facility in Calabasas. Everyone who works out of the Malibu office also has an office in Calabasas.

    The open space has plenty of room for meetings. This conference room has a window to the rest of the office, helping to create a collaborative environment.

  • WTG’s New SoCal Digs: More of Calabasas


    Agent training has been a big WTG initiative over the past year.

    At Channel Partners Evolution last summer in Washington, D.C., the company debuted its Learning Campus, an expansion of its training and development division focused on the advancement of its agent partners.

    The Campus is divided into various training modules that include Cloudology, provider training programs, webinars, podcasts, blogs and in-person trainings. Partners also get custom individual and team trainings if they so choose. It is spearheaded by Cory Dzbinski, WTG’s training development manager.

  • WTG’s New SoCal Digs: Workstations


    The Calabasas office offers comfortable workstations — and fewer oceanside distractions!

    Among WTG’s biggest accomplishments in 2016 was, along with Cal Net Technology Group, announcing its participation in the Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider Program (CSP). It allows the master agent to provide its partners and their clients with a suite of Microsoft cloud services and the “expertise to make these offerings successful for businesses,” according to WTG.

    Partners are able to provide direct billing and sell combined offers and services, as well as directly provision, manage and support products and services.

  • WTG’s New SoCal Digs: ‘Hungry’ for More


    The kitchen and a place to kick back and put your feet up in the new Calabasas office are part of the open floor plan.

  • Image Gallery: WTG’s New Digs

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