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February 2015

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Channel Pro SMB Forum

February 24, 2015

The Washington DC/Baltimore ChannelPro SMB Forum will be a full-day live event on March 3, 2015 and feature presentations from some of the top SMB resellers and managed service providers in the country, sharing their insights on the hottest tech solutions in the SMB marketplace today.

Beyond the numerous educational sessions, the Forum is a unique opportunity for you to strengthen current relationships, or build valuable new ones. 

As a silver sponsor, Net2Phone Office will present a Channel Partner Program to Managed Services Providers, IT Consultants, Solutions Integrators and VARs.  The program highlights offering the Net2Phone Office cloud hosted PBX solution to SMBs and boasts the highest commissions in the industry for its partners!

For more information on the event, or to register to attend, visit the event website.

Jump Into the Communications Solutions Reseller Market

February 10, 2015

By now, cutting-edge cloud communications innovations like Business VoIP and Hosted PBX should be part of your everyday vernacular, since these best-in-class technologies are revolutionizing the business sector. Case in point, Frost & Sullivan predicts that the Business VoIP market is expected to grow by 22.5% by 2019. 

So with such auspicious growth ahead, how can you get a piece of the action if you’re not a player in the cloud communications solutions market? 

3 Questions to Ask Before Saying Yes to A Vendor

February 4, 2015

When it comes to migrating your communications to the cloud, you’ve probably completed the critical beginning steps by now. You’ve garnered executive buy-in and projected how much money you will save by converging your local, long-distance and broadband Internet services onto a single pipe.

But now begins the real challenge—picking the right vendor.

Because the need for cloud communication solutions is so great, vendors are popping up left and right—but not all can give you the custom solution that you seek.