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James Anderson

June 23, 2021

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Bridgepointe Technologies and its agents will sell Evolve IP‘s unified communications and digital workspace solutions.

California-based Bridgepointe has joined Pennsylvania-based Evolve IP’s partner program. Their partnership lets Evolve IP take advantage of Bridgepointe’s national sales footprint. On the other hand, Bridgepointe deepens its line card with multiple solutions from Evolve IP. Those include virtual desktops, contact center, Cisco-based UCaaS and Microsoft Teams Direct Routing.

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Bridgepointe’s Scott Evars

Bridgepointe Co-Founder Scott Evars credited Evolve IP for its ability to integrate productivity services from Microsoft, Cisco, VMware and Citrix.

“Evolve IP’s ability to integrate and bundle computing, communications, and collaboration solutions together solves a challenge that many of our clients are dealing with today,” Evars said. “Their market-leading solutions like managed desktops that seamlessly integrate Teams, Zoom, and other voice video collaboration services far and away outpace other technology providers. We’re thrilled to be able to match them with the right clients and prospects and the opportunity to grow both of our companies.”

Tim Allen, Evolve IP’s founding partner and executive vice president of business development, praised Bridgepoint’s customer service model.

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Evolve IP’s Tim Allen

“Bridgepointe prides itself on being a strategic partner and acting as an extension of their client’s IT teams. We use those exact words when describing how Evolve IP works with our customers,” Allen said. “Those shared values ensure that when Bridgepointe clients work with Evolve IP, they’ll feel confident about the solutions being provided as well as how their clients’ IT teams are supported.

Other Evolve IP distribution partners include Telarus, Pax8, Ingram Micro and TBI.

We recently wrote about the purchase of M2 Enterprise Group, one of the most successful Bridgepointe agents. In addition, Bridgepointe acquired Clover Communications last year.

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James Anderson

Senior News Editor, Channel Futures

James Anderson is a news editor for Channel Futures. He interned with Informa while working toward his degree in journalism from Arizona State University, then joined the company after graduating. He writes about SD-WAN, telecom and cablecos, technology services distributors and carriers. He has served as a moderator for multiple panels at Channel Partners events.

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