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August 12, 2021
Synnex and its partners will sell Nextiva’s UCaaS and CCaaS solutions through a commissions-based agent model. Nextiva joins the Synnex Stellr unit, which the distributor dedicates to cloud, mobility and IoT.
Synnex’ Darren Harbaugh
“Adding Nextiva is another important step in the continued expansion of the Stellr cloud business and provides new communication and collaboration opportunities for resellers,” said Darren Harbaugh, Synnex’s senior vice president of Stellr cloud, mobility and IoT. “By pairing Nextiva’s leading UCaaS and CCaaS products with our dedicated internal resources, our partners are able to deliver end-to-end productivity solutions to help customers in the SMB, midmarket and enterprise markets elevate their service experience.”
Nextiva last month updated its CCaaS solution to integrate it more with the Nextiva Phone System.
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Nextiva’s Marc Stein
“Nextiva is committed to helping businesses build deeper connections with their customers,” said Marc Stein, Nextiva’s vice president of channel sales and global channel chief. “Together with Synnex, we can expand our mutual channel partners’ capabilities to provide a true end-to-end solution, allowing businesses to connect their CRM strategy with their unified communications in the cloud.”
Synnex resellers can access training, support from a dedicated team and marketing and financial support in their efforts selling Nextiva.
Distributor partners are not new to Nextiva, nor is UCaaS new to Synnex. Nextiva earlier this year announced a partnership with D&H Distributing. Synnex last year signed on to sell the Avaya Cloud Office UCaaS solution.
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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