Net2Phone earlier this month announced a similar deal with Intelisys.

James Anderson, Senior News Editor

January 23, 2019

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Partners

Another master agent has signed an agreement with UCaaS provider Net2Phone.

Sandler Partners will distribute the New Jersey-based vendor’s portfolio, which also includes SIP trunking. The Net2Phone platform allows its users to conduct conversations on multiple devices — desktop computer, office phone or mobile phones.

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Sandler Partners’ Alan Sandler

Sandler brings a distribution network of about 7,000 technology North American sales partners to the table. Alan Sandler, the master agent’s managing partner, credited the UCaaS provider’s funcionality and ability to combine global communications with what Net2Phone calls a “localized look.”

“As the leading master agency in enabling complex communications and IT solutions for multilocation and multinational enterprises, Net2Phone’s SIP Trunking and UCaaS solutions are well-suited for our clients with an international reach,” Sandler said.

Net2Phone President Jonah Fink said his company gives enterprise users access to local phone numbers in more than 70 countries and 300 cities.

“And our global infrastructure means that local calls stay local with ultra-low latency,” Fink said. “Net2Phone helps organizations to retain their local identities while accessing all the power and versatility of the cloud across their enterprise.”

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Net2Phone’s Jonah Fink

He credited the new master-agent partner for its expertise. One of Sandler’s unique value propositions is its commissions recovery program, which it says has restored more than $5 million dollars for partners since 2013.

“Sandler Partners’ extraordinary team of technology sales partners is highly regarded for its ability to identify the optimal solution for their clients,” Fink said.

Net2Phone two weeks ago announced an agreement with Intelisys, another California-based master agent/distributor. GCG and TeleDomani formed partnerships with the vendor in 2018.

 

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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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