World VoIP NewsBroadview Networks launches the partnership with MSP University on VoIP and cloud communications  Broadview Networks launches the partnership with MSP University on VoIP and cloud communications

Broadview Networks launches the partnership with MSP University on VoIP and cloud communications


Broadview Networks launches the partnership with MSP University on VoIP and cloud communications
Because of rapidly growing amount of options available and the increase in possibilities to implement cloud-based business communications services, Broadview Networks and Managed Services Provider University are conjoining the efforts to offer information technology (IT) professionals and managed services providers (MSPs) comprehensive training resources and other assets to help them stay ahead of the marketing rivalry.
Broadview, being a well- known VoIP and cloud service provider, is closely working with MSP University to improve its online educational platform and so called "Boot Camp" training activites. By deploying ample Broadview's experience, entities and professionals wanting to improve their experience about telecom and cloud based services will benefit massively from the innovative array of learning material that will be available to them. Broadview already works with numerous IT professionals, MSPs and others as part of its successful Channel Partner Program, which has always been recognized from year-to-year as one of the best in the industry. The success of this program is backed by training that helps channel partners get and acquire new technology and online systems that allow them to serve their own customers much more effectively.This partnership also empower IT professionals and MSPs the opportunity to capture telecom and cloud revenue from their clients by joining Broadview's Channel Partner Program. Broadview Channel Partners receive all the advantages from training, prior and post sales support, marketing support and competitive commissions."Businesses are rapidly adopting cloud-based services and as the way of innovations accelerates’’ said Brian Crotty, Broadview's chief operating officer. "Broadview has been deploying VoIP network and cloud-based solutions for over 15 years and the amount of introduced operational changes in the last five years has been amazing. Not only can we help IT pros enjoy new technologies, but we can also build a recurring revenue packages ." Broadview Networks has been one of the leaders in the shift from classical telecommunications technology to advanced VoIP and Internet-enabled services. Since 2005, the company has been at the frontline of the cloud-based services market and is ranked by Infonetic Research as one of the top 10 cloud-based phone providers on the global scale for its so called OfficeSuite service. Broadview has an comprehensive portfolio of cloud services. Its attitude also includes consulting to assist IT pros address their clients' needs with easy-to-use VoIP phone systems, hosted servers, hosted business applications and hosted business email, including Microsoft Exchange and Outlook, as well as next-generation applications of virtual desktops and cloud-based backup services. "MSP University staff is eager to learn about and deploy new technology that can enhance their relationships with their business customers," stated Gary Beechum, MSP University's president and chief executive officer. "Our task is to cut down the time it usually takes for IT pros and MSPs to get the relevant speed. Deploying Broadview's expertise, MSP University will have an extremely well leveraged set of tools." With membership now exceeding 15,000 IT providers, MSP University works to educate its pool on the importance of partnering with strategic vendor partners as a best practice. MSPU also is committed on eight critical areas of an IT practice, in order to boost and improve their businesses. These areas include Leadership, Financial Acumen, Organizational Structure, Talent Management, Marketing, Sales, Service Delivery and Vendor Relationships. Broadview Networks joins MSP University in Orange County, Calif., where hundreds of solution providers will convene to learn about emerging technologies.


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