At the 2016 Channel Partners Conference & Expo this week in Las Vegas, Fonality looks forward to providing Ingram Micro partners a sneak peek of the new relationship the two companies have forged.
Through this new partnership, Fonality’s cloud data business phone systems and unified communications as a service (UCaaS) will soon be available to Ingram Micro channel partners throughout North America, Europe, and Asia via the Ingram Micro Cloud Marketplace.
“Ingram Micro has done a phenomenal job providing its channel partners a place to access best-of-breed vendors,” added David Beagle, vice president of channel development for Fonality. “Fonality offers something above and beyond your standard UC and UCaaS providers. We look forward to sharing those benefits with Ingram Micro channel partners so they can successfully grow their businesses in the cloud.”
Additionally, Fonality will be participating at Ingram Micro Cloud Summit 2016 in Phoenix, Arizona, April 11-13, where it will announce more details around this alliance. For a preview, members of the Ingram Micro partner community are invited to visit Fonality at Channel Partners Las Vegas 2016, booth #216.
Founded in 2004, Fonality (fonality.com) is the only provider to offer Ingram Micro partners the option to sell pure cloud and Hybrid-Hosted® on-premise business phone systems with the simplicity of one subscription model. This puts unparalleled flexibility in partners’ hands when moving customers to cloud-hosted VoIP with unified communications removing a huge barrier to entry. That’s because Hybrid-Hosted means even customers in telecom contracts can take advantage of a hosted UC phone system while using existing phone circuits.
The ease of adding recurring revenue is one of many reasons more than 600 partners have chosen Fonality. Others include high reliability and Heads Up DisplayTM, the company’s award-winning unified communications web and mobile software. HUD puts employee presence, powerful contact center capabilities, HD video and audio conferencing, voicemail transcription, and much more in users’ hands.