"We’re excited to enter this new phase of our relationship with Bridgepointe," the partner said.

James Anderson, Senior News Editor

June 15, 2022

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Bridgepointe Technologies is giving another one of its agents equity in the company.


Bridgepointe’s Mike Nee

Mike Nee and Nick Joshi have become official partners at Bridgepointe. As a result, their agency will “play an expanded role” in Bridgepointe’s growth. The announcement comes month after Bridgepointe received a hefty investment from Charlesbank Capital Partners.

“Mike and Nick are top performers with a proven track record of selling IT strategy solutions to a wide range of enterprise clients. Having them become partners is a testament to their success and will meaningfully contribute to fueling our aggressive organic growth targets,” Bridgepointe co-founder Brian Miller said.


Bridgepointe Technologies’ Brian Miller

Nee and Joshi have been selling as independent contractors for Bridgepointe since 2012.

“This transaction will enable us to deliver even more value and enhanced service to our clients,” Mike Nee said. “We’re excited to enter this new phase of our relationship with Bridgepointe and be part of the vision for future expansion.”

Bridgepointe has given partner status to a variety of agents over the last five months. For example, David Barsocchini, Tony Lenci and Reaction Communications have received the honor.

“The Bridgepointe team has always been a huge asset to our business,” Nick Joshi said. “We are proof of how effective the model is and look forward to the additional accomplishments we’ll be able to achieve together.”


Bridgepointe most recently announced the appointment of Brendan Stein as lead solutions architect for enterprise contact centers. Bridgepointe has also tapped Scott Kinka as chief strategy officer and Carol Beering as vice president of integration.

Kinka said in an interview with Channel Futures last month that Bridgepointe has positioned itself as a landing spot for enterprise technology sales reps who are looking for a higher growth ceiling or more flexibility. He said these largely exclusive partners focus on the mid-market and enterprise. Moreover, he said they deeply cross-penetrate with each customer account.

“We want to be the home for the individual contributor who’s looking to make that career change. And we’re uniquely positioned to make that easy. We have a unique lifecycle finance offering for new partners from startup bridge loans through investment and ultimately Partner (with a capital P) status with the firm,” Kinka said.

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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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