MyNetFone will overhaul its channel partner programme in an attempt to reinforce commitment to its partners.
The hosted voice and data communications provider facilitates 3.2 billion voice minutes per year through the country’s largest IP voice network. MyNetFone claimed the restructure will provide additional benefits to the existing partner network and is part of an increased focus on the channel as a whole.
MyNetFone chief executive officer, Rene Sugo, said over 60 per cent of Australian organisations will migrate or upgrade to new generation IP communications over the next two decades.
“There is a large market-changing ICT opportunity to be had here and we want to help our advocates make the most of it. By offering our channel partners a wider range of solutions and services to resell, it will in turn make them more competitive and bring benefits to their own customers.”
Benefits for channel partners under the new structure include an expansion of the range of solutions partners can offer to include hosted phone systems and IP communications, an expansion of the addressable market partners can access and a trial of service commission for sales.
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