It’s Thursday, which means it’s time for the Channel Partner Program Roundup, our weekly collection of channel partner news and information. This week we’ve got news from Avaya, Intellinetics and AwesomeCloud. Saddle up, partner, and let’s get to the roundup.
Avaya: The unified communications and collaborations vendor has put the stamp of approval on Voxox’s SIP trunking solution, announcing it is compliant with certain Avaya UC solutions.
Voxox develops a service delivery platform that offers VoIP termination, origination, SMS, IP-PBX and SIP trunking services. The company’s SIP trunking service is now compliance-tested by Avaya for compatibility with Avaya Aura Communication Manager 6.3 and Avaya Aura Session Manager 6.3.
Voxox is a Technology Partner in the Avaya DevConnect program, an initiative to develop, market and sell innovative third-party products that interoperate with Avaya technology and extend the value of a company’s investment in its network.
Intellinetics: The cloud subsidiary of GlobalWise Investments has launched a new channel partner program to drive Intellinetics' cloud- and premises-based enterprise content management systems through print and imaging resellers.
The MarketCommand partner program is intended for print and imaging dealers to generate revenue based on the GlobalWise IntelliCloud platform, using it as a feature for multifunction devices sold by resellers. The cloud platform is aimed at the small- and medium-business (SMB) market, presenting dealers with an opportunity to go back to their existing customers with a cloud offering.
The program is intended to help resellers increase their revenue from stronger device sales and IntelliCloud activation fees. According to GlobalWise, the program was also designed so dealers can generate recurring revenue from customers that use more than the initial capacity.
AwesomeCloud: The cloud services company plans to expand its channel partner program this year, including new technology solutions as well as ongoing cloud computing sales and marketing resources, enabling channel partners to grow their cloud services customer base, according to the company.
“As we signed on new partners in 2013, we realized that our partners require more than infrastructure to become a successful cloud reseller; they need sales and marketing resources to sell the cloud." said Jess Coburn, founder and CEO of AwesomeCloud.
AwesomeCloud offers its partners a range of secure, customizable white-label cloud computing solutions, including infrastructure as a service (IaaS), business continuity and disaster recovery and Microsoft SPLA licensing.
And that’s the roundup for this week. Check back next week to see what’s happening in the channel partner space. Until then, stay safe.