The company’s average revenue per partner has grown by 42%, officials said.

Claudia Adrien

July 6, 2023

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Wildix Partner Day 100% partner-focused
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The Wildix partner day, July 16-18, in Chicago, will offer partners the opportunity to learn more about marketing, sales and processes as well as utilizing a new tool that will help them reach new verticals.

Timothy Truelove, country manager, Americas branch of Wildix, said the 2023 Americas Partner Day is about getting the partner community together to talk about winning strategies and changes in the market.


Wildix’s Timothy Truelove

“The whole strategic standpoint of the Wildix partner day is about how this can be mutually successful,” Truelove said. “This is 100% channel-focused, which means if our partners aren’t successful, we’re not successful. So, our focus is always on how to improve the progress and the revenue of the partners themselves.”

The partner day will also be an opportunity to showcase recent advancements, and this includes artificial intelligence. The company currently works with the retail sector to deploy AI solutions to prevent losing inventory. Wildix will discuss AI platforms for sales and customer service departments that can be implemented right away.

In addition, Wildix recently announced a five-year partnership with Veesion, the AI camera software provider, to deliver unique AI camera capabilities to the x-hoppers retail solution. X-hoppers is a complete retail headset solution specifically designed to deliver process efficiencies for retailers through enhanced communications.

“The move comes as interest increases in stopping retail theft and enhancing business opportunities for retailers through improved integration with their e-commerce profile and physical stores,” Truelove said. “The system created by this partnership can reduce theft by up to 60%.”

Wildix Partner Day: Growth in the MSP Market

Wildix continues to build momentum as it announced that its average revenue per partner has grown by 42%. This is as other UC companies shrink workforces and restructure business operations, officials said.

Wildix attributes its growth to strong products and a healthy increase in year-on-year demand.

The news of Wildix’s partner growth comes during a time in which the company is also seeing exponential growth in its international SIP trunking service, Classound, as the number of licenses has increased by more than 150% in the past year, the company said. Wildix’s Classound is a secure SIP trunking solution that delivers HD quality VoIP service to local and international calls in over 200 countries. The service is available for all Wildix phone systems out of the box, requiring no additional configuration.

The company also announced that its average projected lifetime of MSPs is now more than 14-and-a-half years and growing. This means that MSPs are likely to stay with Wildix for more than a decade — and possibly longer.


Wildix’s Steve Osler

Steve Osler, founder and CEO of Wildix, said the company provides security for MSPs.

“Our partners’ success is our success. In a time where there is incredible uncertainty across the tech world, MSPs can trust in the stability and reliability of the Wildix solution as a means to improve margins, stabilize cash flows and deliver true value to their end customers.”

As for the partner day, it is among several partner events the company is holding this year.

Wildix hosted its virtual UC&C Summit, the annual knowledge-sharing event for digital communications experts, with more than 1,300 online participants. This year’s summit operated on the theme of scarcity and urgency, informed by the uncertainty that pervaded the UCaaS market in 2022. Panelists spoke to the importance of selling technology relevant to modern business needs. 

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Claudia Adrien

Claudia Adrien is a reporter for Channel Futures where she covers breaking news. Prior to Informa, she wrote about biosecurity and infectious disease for a national publication. She holds a degree in journalism from the University of Florida and resides in Tampa.

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