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Apr 02

AT&T Partner Solutions Taps New Partner Exchange, Wholesale VPs

By | Managed Services News

Their predecessor recently moved to EarthLink.

AT&T Partner Solutions has appointed two leaders that bring strong IoT and 5G credentials to the table.

The carrier named Shiraz Hasan vice president of AT&T Partner Exchange and ecosystem innovation, and Jerry Gerami vice president of AT&T Wholesale Solutions.

Both appointees have served AT&T for more than a decade.

AT&T's Jerry Gerami

AT&T’s Jerry Gerami

AT&T's Shiraz Hasan

AT&T’s Shiraz Hasan

Hasan most recently worked as vice president of global and industry solutions channel marketing and operations. He also brings experience in industrial IoT. He managed AT&T’s IoT business ecosystem, which included more than 200 partners. Hasan worked at computer hardware company Gateway before coming to AT&T in 2003.

Gerami most recently worked as the AT&T vice president of mobility, IoT and 5G. He also worked at MCI Communications as regional vice president from 1993-2002.

Christopher Roy previously was vice president for both Partner Exchange and Wholesale Solutions, but he departed the company a few months ago. He now works at EarthLink as executive vice president of business services.

“I couldn’t be more thankful for the experiences and relationships, and look forward to expanding both in my new role,” he said in a LinkedIn post earlier this year.

Sarita Rao, AT&T’s president of integrated and partner solutions, praised the new hires.

“Jerry and Shiraz bring a wealth of leadership and experience, and we are excited about what the future holds for the channel,” Rao said.

Sarita rao AT&T hires

Source: LinkedIn

Rao took the helm of AT&T Partner Solutions last fall.

AT&T Partner Acquisition

TeleComp, a platinum elite partner in the Partner Exchange program, announced its purchase of Co-nexus Communications Systems. Co-nexus provides PCI and HIPAA-compliant call recording and monitoring services, utilizing its own proprietary software.

It’s TeleComp’s third acquisition in as many years. The first two purchases gave the Arkansas-based SIP and internet service provider a presence in Oklahoma, while the latest gives it a presence in Houston.

“It will allow us to better serve our existing Texas customer base as well as bring our cutting-edge enterprise technology solutions to Co-nexus’ existing customers,” said Gino Capito, TeleComp’s chief technology officer.

Co-nexus President Debra Irvin will remain with the company.

Apr 02

Converge Technology Solutions Snaps Up Dasher Technologies, with More M&A to Come

By | Managed Services News

Dasher’s impressive resume and robust legacy will bolster Converge’s existing business and partnerships.

Converge Technology Solutions Corp. is buying Dasher Technologies, a Silicon Valley-based IT solutions provider. Converge has been M&A hungry; Dasher is its 19th acquisition.

Dasher brings with it a pretty impressive resume across a broad scope of industries. Perhaps the biggest feather in the deal’s cap is that Dasher is the fifth largest HPE partner in North America. Converge’s expanding cloud and managed service offerings – combined with Dasher’s robust roster of clients – is advantageous. This will allow Dasher’s new and existing clients to take advantage of cloud computing and remote working environments. The combined force of both Converge and Dasher’s teams of experts and industry partnerships will further support all clients.

Converge Technology Solutions' Greg Berard

Converge Technology Solutions’ Greg Berard

“Dasher is a key addition to the Converge team and gives us an increased presence on the West Coast to bolster our existing business and partnerships. The Dasher team brings the technical expertise, thought leadership, strong vendor partnerships and client relationships that we look for in our growing family of companies,” said Greg Berard, president of Converge Technology Solutions. “The incorporation of Dasher into the Converge organization advances the company’s 2021 focus on completing further strategic acquisitions and broadening resource development. This continued growth allows us to constantly offer our clients the best and most innovative solutions and technologies to meet their ever-changing business needs.”

Keep up with the latest channel-impacting mergers and acquisitions in our M&A roundup.

Dasher has been a unique force in the industry since its inception. Founder and pioneer Laurie Dasher died last fall. She left behind a powerful legacy in terms of women-founded and led businesses. Considering the hurdles that women in technology face, Dasher was a remarkable business leader and advocate for channel women.

The acquisition will strengthen Converge’s managed service offerings and presence in key markets.

Apr 02

AT&T Partner Solutions Taps New Partner Exchange, Wholesale VPs

By | Managed Services News

Their predecessor recently moved to EarthLink.

AT&T Partner Solutions has appointed two leaders that bring strong IoT and 5G credentials to the table.

The carrier named Shiraz Hasan vice president of AT&T Partner Exchange and ecosystem innovation, and Jerry Gerami vice president of AT&T Wholesale Solutions.

Both appointees have served AT&T for more than a decade.

AT&T's Jerry Gerami

AT&T’s Jerry Gerami

AT&T's Shiraz Hasan

AT&T’s Shiraz Hasan

Hasan most recently worked as vice president of global and industry solutions channel marketing and operations. He also brings experience in industrial IoT. He managed AT&T’s IoT business ecosystem, which included more than 200 partners. Hasan worked at computer hardware company Gateway before coming to AT&T in 2003.

Gerami most recently worked as the AT&T vice president of mobility, IoT and 5G. He also worked at MCI Communications as regional vice president from 1993-2002.

Christopher Roy previously was vice president for both Partner Exchange and Wholesale Solutions, but he departed the company a few months ago. He now works at EarthLink as executive vice president of business services.

“I couldn’t be more thankful for the experiences and relationships, and look forward to expanding both in my new role,” he said in a LinkedIn post earlier this year.

Sarita Rao, AT&T’s president of integrated and partner solutions, praised the new hires.

“Jerry and Shiraz bring a wealth of leadership and experience, and we are excited about what the future holds for the channel,” Rao said.

Sarita rao AT&T hires

Source: LinkedIn

Rao took the helm of AT&T Partner Solutions last fall.

AT&T Partner Acquisition

TeleComp, a platinum elite partner in the Partner Exchange program, announced its purchase of Co-nexus Communications Systems. Co-nexus provides PCI and HIPAA-compliant call recording and monitoring services, utilizing its own proprietary software.

It’s TeleComp’s third acquisition in as many years. The first two purchases gave the Arkansas-based SIP and internet service provider a presence in Oklahoma, while the latest gives it a presence in Houston.

“It will allow us to better serve our existing Texas customer base as well as bring our cutting-edge enterprise technology solutions to Co-nexus’ existing customers,” said Gino Capito, TeleComp’s chief technology officer.

Co-nexus President Debra Irvin will remain with the company.

Apr 02

Endpoint Security Is Huge in the Merging New World of Work

By | Managed Services News

Companies use EDR to get a better understanding of their endpoints and swiftly respond when there has been a compromise.

The changing security landscape demands that IT leaders put much greater focus on defenses against both insider threats and endpoint attacks. The endpoint is the battleground now, and it’s a game of speed, with most advanced attacks on endpoints occurring in minutes or even seconds. Unfortunately, many of the tools companies have been using are too slow for this new breed of attack. These tools can drive up costs and slow down processes–two huge no-no’s at a time when “sleek” and “cheap” are no longer optional.

Growing Problem

The insider threat is nothing new. Back in 2016, IBM reported in its Cyber Security Intelligence Index that 60% of all attacks were the result of insiders. While awareness of this threat may be rising, and companies are investing more heavily in this direction, the threat level is spiking. Forrester predicted that the incidence of internal data breaches will increase by almost 10% in 2021.

Read about: The latest trends in endpoint security

The steady growth of insider threats is due in no small part to:

  • Negligence of employees – Human error, from sending critical data to hostile parties to improperly configuring an environment to employing unsound and unsafe work practices, continues to be a huge challenge for businesses.
  • Criminal or malicious insiders – Individuals familiar with a company’s security can leak or steal data, or provide bad actors with a clear pathway into the system.
  • Stolen credentials – Stealing an employee’s creds are a great way to get past an organization’s security perimeter. Often hackers using stolen credentials will be able to operate undetected for a long time, doing a lot of damage in that time.

A Great Need

Organizations around the world remain deep in a struggle to run operations smoothly despite the health crisis and its ramifications and limitations. Businesses will continue to use a work-from-home (WFH) model as long as the crisis continues. Many experts even see WFH being permanent. This model, based on remote employees connecting to company resources from outside the security perimeter, poses a unique security risk.

The risk was present before COVID-19, of course, but with this great shift to remote work the risk has exploded. Fear is never a sound place from which to make business decisions, but certain realities must be acknowledged: Hackers are absolutely taking advantage of this vastly expanded attack surface. If antivirus and firewall wasn’t enough before, it’s certainly not enough now.

Covering the Endpoints

The term “EDR” (endpoint detection and response) was first introduced by Gartner in 2013 to define tools that detect, investigate, and resolve suspicious activity at the endpoint level. Companies use EDR to get a better understanding of their endpoints, and to swiftly respond when there has been a compromise. EDR tools also detect and protect businesses from advanced malware, phishing attacks, and credential theft.

EDR can help companies in a variety of ways:

  • Anytime visibility – An IT team lacking visibility is happy to detect a problem, but EDR provides a view of the problem and whether other points were affected.
  • Swift response to potential incidents – Potential threats can tie up IT and security teams for hours. EDR can significantly shorten this time.
  • Understanding of how an attack took place – Resolving and closing a security incident allows a company to move forward, but EDR can shed light on the chain of events– particularly the failures that led to the incident being possible.

Organizations naturally want to lessen the chance of an attack, and quickly resolve those that do occur, but the real prize is in that deep insight into what happened. This extra intelligence allows IT teams to close loops and gaps of which they wouldn’t otherwise have been aware.

What about FortiEDR?

FortiEDR provides robust threat protection for endpoints by proactively reducing the attack surface, preventing malware infection, detecting and defusing potential threats in real time, and automating response and remediation procedures with customizable playbooks. Use FortiEDR to stop breaches in real-time automatically and efficiently, without overwhelming your security team with false alarms or disrupting operations.

Discover FortiEDR

David Yang is Senior Director Support & Service, Exclusive Networks North America.

This guest blog is part of a Channel Futures sponsorship.

 

Apr 02

AT&T Partner Solutions Taps New Partner Exchange, Wholesale VPs

By | Managed Services News

Their predecessor recently moved to EarthLink.

AT&T Partner Solutions has appointed two leaders that bring strong IoT and 5G credentials to the table.

The carrier named Shiraz Hasan vice president of AT&T Partner Exchange and ecosystem innovation, and Jerry Gerami vice president of AT&T Wholesale Solutions.

Both appointees have served AT&T for more than a decade.

AT&T's Jerry Gerami

AT&T’s Jerry Gerami

AT&T's Shiraz Hasan

AT&T’s Shiraz Hasan

Hasan most recently worked as vice president of global and industry solutions channel marketing and operations. He also brings experience in industrial IoT. He managed AT&T’s IoT business ecosystem, which included more than 200 partners. Hasan worked at computer hardware company Gateway before coming to AT&T in 2003.

Gerami most recently worked as the AT&T vice president of mobility, IoT and 5G. He also worked at MCI Communications as regional vice president from 1993-2002.

Christopher Roy previously was vice president for both Partner Exchange and Wholesale Solutions, but he departed the company a few months ago. He now works at EarthLink as executive vice president of business services.

“I couldn’t be more thankful for the experiences and relationships, and look forward to expanding both in my new role,” he said in a LinkedIn post earlier this year.

Sarita Rao, AT&T’s president of integrated and partner solutions, praised the new hires.

“Jerry and Shiraz bring a wealth of leadership and experience, and we are excited about what the future holds for the channel,” Rao said.

Sarita rao AT&T hires

Source: LinkedIn

Rao took the helm of AT&T Partner Solutions last fall.

AT&T Partner Acquisition

TeleComp, a platinum elite partner in the Partner Exchange program, announced its purchase of Co-nexus Communications Systems. Co-nexus provides PCI and HIPAA-compliant call recording and monitoring services, utilizing its own proprietary software.

It’s TeleComp’s third acquisition in as many year. The first two purchases gave the Arkansas-based SIP and internet service provider a presence in Oklahoma, while the latest gives it a presence in Houston.

“It will allow us to better serve our existing Texas customer base as well as bring our cutting-edge enterprise technology solutions to Co-nexus’ existing customers,” said Gino Capito, TeleComp’s chief technology officer.

Co-nexus President Debra Irvin will remain with the company.

Apr 02

AT&T Alliance Channel Recognizes Top Partners

By | Managed Services News

The top five solution providers landed in the top tier last year.

Five companies continue to stand out among AT&T channel partners.

AT&T Alliance Channel announced its Solution Provider Champions. The awards recognized 57 partners for their fiscal performance in 2020.

ABS Communications, Nordicom Technologies, Presto Tech Solutions, Spearhead Consulting and Telarus landed in the platinum elite tier again. Each company was in the same tier last year, although four other companies joined them.

A variety of companies that sell directly and/or through subagents occupied the list. NetSpark IP & Telecom and Intelisys landed in the platinum category.

AT&T’s Will Harvey

Will Harvey, vice president of AT&T Alliance Channel and ACC Business, praised partners for their efforts in 2020.

“We couldn’t be successful without you, and collectively we continue to accomplish great things,” said Harvey, who succeeded Kevin Leonard as the leader of AT&T Alliance Channel last year.

Harvey touched on some of AT&T’s recent partner-facing updates. For example, the company expanded its market development funds (MDF) program and made new targeted incentives available.

Be sure to read our recent compilation of “Top Partners: Best of the Best,” featuring channel partners and suppliers recognized for their achievements with numerous companies in the industry.

Harvey said AT&T is emphasizing growth, relevancy and advocacy in 2021. He vowed to “eliminate any conflicts” and “provided information on targeted markets, accounts and contacts.”

“Our commission and incentive structures will continue to be adjusted and improved for our solution providers and masters to experience and realize revenue streams that are valuable while they expand and grow sales of AT&T services,” Harvey said.

We have listed the 57 winners below.

Platinum Elite

  • ABS Communications
  • Nordicom Technologies
  • Presto Tech Solutions
  • Spearhead Consulting
  • Telarus

Platinum

  • NetSpark IP & Telecom
  • Intelisys

Gold

  • CC3 Solutions
  • Digital Management Solutions
  • Saturn Wireless
  • Talksouth
  • Advanced Communications
  • ADCom Solutions
  • BCDR Solutions
  • Five Star Technology Group
  • Longboat Mobility
  • Sandler Partners
  • Telecom Brokerage
  • TCG
  • Triple Play Wireless
  • White Glove Wireless

Silver

  • SMMA Wireless
  • KSJ Communications
  • AIE Solutions
  • BLU Telecommunication
  • Credico
  • Evergreen Telecom Services
  • Firefly IT Asset Recovery
  • Give Back Wireless
  • Simplify
  • Telapprise
  • CMI
  • TLG
  • Vomoda Group

Bronze

  • Bridgepointe Technologies
  • Openview Communications
  • Beast PC
  • Nextgen Solutions
  • Mobile Solutions Services Holdings
  • Speedstream Technology Partners
  • CelPro Associates
  • Centurion Communications
  • Signal Solutions
  • Baycom Allied
  • CenterLink Technologies
  • Configure
  • CPOA
  • Fast VoIP Communications
  • Infinity Communications Group
  • Interface Technologies
  • Marble Hall Group
  • Spohn Consulting
  • AppSmart
  • Teleproviders
  • VirsaTel
  • Nobilite Communications
Apr 02

Intermedia Delays Going Public, Cites ‘Adverse’ Market Conditions

By | Managed Services News

Intermedia plans to raise $300 million by going public.

Intermedia has postponed its plans for goind public, citing “challenging” conditions for tech initial public offerings (IPOs).

Last month, Intermedia announced the terms of its IPO. By going public, it plans to raise $300 million by offering 12.2 million shares for between $23 and $26 apiece. That could make Intermedia worth $1.5 billion.

Expect the shares to trade on the Nasdaq under the symbol “INTM.”

Michael Gold is Intermedia’s CEO.

Intermedia’s Michael Gold

“Due to challenging current conditions in the market for initial public offerings, especially for technology companies, we have decided to postpone our planned initial public offering,” he said. “While we received strong interest and engagement from the broader institutional investor market, we are seeing adverse conditions in the current IPO market that we believe would limit the opportunity of our IPO at this time.”

The adverse conditions might not last long, Gold said. Intermedia will continue monitoring the market for “more stable and favorable IPO conditions.”

The company isn’t commenting further on its IPO. Intermedia provides a cloud-based communications and collaboration platform. Its network includes more than 7,000 channel partners. Moreover, a growing base of over 122,000 business customers use its platform.

Raul Castanon is senior research analyst with 451 Research, part of S&P Global Market Intelligence. He said going public could catapult Intermedia into the ranks of top competitors Cisco, RingCentral and 8×8.

According to Intermedia’s regulatory filing, it estimates the total addressable market for its UCaaS and business cloud applications (BCA) solutions to be $67 billion.

“The fast growth of our UCaaS solutions, with a total addressable market of $47 billion, is primarily driven by our partners using our solutions to upgrade their customers’ legacy communications systems, which are not designed to address the evolving work environment and need for connected, seamless and modern architectures,” the company said.

Apr 02

AT&T Alliance Channel Recognizes Top Partners

By | Managed Services News

The top five solution providers landed in the top tier last year.

Five companies continue to stand out among AT&T channel partners.

AT&T Alliance Channel announced its Solution Provider Champions. The awards recognized 57 partners for their fiscal performance in 2020.

ABS Communications, Nordicom Technologies, Presto Tech Solutions, Spearhead Consulting and Telarus landed in the platinum elite tier again. Each company was in the same tier last year, although four other companies joined them.

A variety of companies that sell directly and/or through subagents occupied the list. NetSpark IP & Telecom and Intelisys landed in the platinum category.

AT&T’s Will Harvey

Will Harvey, vice president of AT&T Alliance Channel and ACC Business, praised partners for their efforts in 2020.

“We couldn’t be successful without you, and collectively we continue to accomplish great things,” said Harvey, who succeeded Kevin Leonard as the leader of AT&T Alliance Channel last year.

Harvey touched on some of AT&T’s recent partner-facing updates. For example, the company expanded its market development funds (MDF) program and made new targeted incentives available.

Be sure to read our recent compilation of “Top Partners: Best of the Best,” featuring channel partners and suppliers recognized for their achievements with numerous companies in the industry.

Harvey said AT&T is emphasizing growth, relevancy and advocacy in 2021. He vowed to “eliminate any conflicts” and “provided information on targeted markets, accounts and contacts.”

“Our commission and incentive structures will continue to be adjusted and improved for our solution providers and masters to experience and realize revenue streams that are valuable while they expand and grow sales of AT&T services,” Harvey said.

We have listed the 57 winners below.

Platinum Elite

  • ABS Communications
  • Nordicom Technologies
  • Presto Tech Solutions
  • Spearhead Consulting
  • Telarus

Platinum

  • NetSpark IP & Telecom
  • Intelisys

Gold

  • CC3 Solutions
  • Digital Management Solutions
  • Saturn Wireless
  • Talksouth
  • Advanced Communications
  • ADCom Solutions
  • BCDR Solutions
  • Five Star Technology Group
  • Longboat Mobility
  • Sandler Partners
  • Telecom Brokerage
  • TCG
  • Triple Play Wireless
  • White Glove Wireless

Silver

  • SMMA Wireless
  • KSJ Communications
  • AIE Solutions
  • BLU Telecommunication
  • Credico
  • Evergreen Telecom Services
  • Firefly IT Asset Recovery
  • Give Back Wireless
  • Simplify
  • Telapprise
  • CMI
  • TLG
  • Vomoda Group

Bronze

  • Bridgepointe Technologies
  • Openview Communications
  • Beast PC
  • Nextgen Solutions
  • Mobile Solutions Services Holdings
  • Speedstream Technology Partners
  • CelPro Associates
  • Centurion Communications
  • Signal Solutions
  • Baycom Allied
  • CenterLink Technologies
  • Configure
  • CPOA
  • Fast VoIP Communications
  • Infinity Communications Group
  • Interface Technologies
  • Marble Hall Group
  • Spohn Consulting
  • AppSmart
  • Teleproviders
  • VirsaTel
  • Nobilite Communications
Apr 02

AT&T Alliance Channel Recognizes Top Partners

By | Managed Services News

The top five solution providers landed in the top tier last year.

Five companies continue to stand out among AT&T channel partners.

AT&T Alliance Channel announced its Solution Provider Champions. The awards recognized 57 partners for their fiscal performance in 2020.

ABS Communications, Nordicom Technologies, Presto Tech Solutions, Spearhead Consulting and Telarus landed in the platinum elite tier again. Each company was in the same tier last year, although four other companies joined them.

A variety of companies that sell directly and/or through subagents occupied the list. NetSpark IP & Telecom and Intelisys landed in the platinum category.

AT&T’s Will Harvey

Will Harvey, vice president of AT&T Alliance Channel and ACC Business, praised partners for their efforts in 2020.

“We couldn’t be successful without you, and collectively we continue to accomplish great things,” said Harvey, who succeeded Kevin Leonard as the leader of AT&T Alliance Channel last year.

Harvey touched on some of AT&T’s recent partner-facing updates. For example, the company expanded its market development funds (MDF) program and made new targeted incentives available.

Be sure to read our recent compilation of “Top Partners: Best of the Best,” featuring channel partners and suppliers recognized for their achievements with numerous companies in the industry.

Harvey said AT&T is emphasizing growth, relevancy and advocacy in 2021. He vowed to “eliminate any conflicts” and “provided information on targeted markets, accounts and contacts.”

“Our commission and incentive structures will continue to be adjusted and improved for our solution providers and masters to experience and realize revenue streams that are valuable while they expand and grow sales of AT&T services,” Harvey said.

We have listed the 57 winners below.

Platinum Elite

  • ABS Communications
  • Nordicom Technologies
  • Presto Tech Solutions
  • Spearhead Consulting
  • Telarus

Platinum

  • NetSpark IP & Telecom
  • Intelisys

Gold

  • CC3 Solutions
  • Digital Management Solutions
  • Saturn Wireless
  • Talksouth
  • Advanced Communications
  • ADCom Solutions
  • BCDR Solutions
  • Five Star Technology Group
  • Longboat Mobility
  • Sandler Partners
  • Telecom Brokerage
  • TCG
  • Triple Play Wireless
  • White Glove Wireless

Silver

  • SMMA Wireless
  • KSJ Communications
  • AIE Solutions
  • BLU Telecommunication
  • Credico
  • Evergreen Telecom Services
  • Firefly IT Asset Recovery
  • Give Back Wireless
  • Simplify
  • Telapprise
  • CMI
  • TLG
  • Vomoda Group

Bronze

  • Bridgepointe Technologies
  • Openview Communications
  • Beast PC
  • Nextgen Solutions
  • Mobile Solutions Services Holdings
  • Speedstream Technology Partners
  • CelPro Associates
  • Centurion Communications
  • Signal Solutions
  • Baycom Allied
  • CenterLink Technologies
  • Configure
  • CPOA
  • Fast VoIP Communications
  • Infinity Communications Group
  • Interface Technologies
  • Marble Hall Group
  • Spohn Consulting
  • AppSmart
  • Teleproviders
  • VirsaTel
  • Nobilite Communications
Apr 02

AT&T Alliance Channel Recognizes Top Partners

By | Managed Services News

The top five solution providers landed in the top tier last year.

Five companies continue to stand out among AT&T channel partners.

AT&T Alliance Channel announced its Solution Provider Champions. The awards recognized 57 partners for their fiscal performance in 2020.

ABS Communications, Nordicom Technologies, Presto Tech Solutions, Spearhead Consulting and Telarus landed in the platinum elite tier again. Each company was in the same tier last year, although four other companies joined them.

A variety of companies that sell directly and/or through subagents occupied the list. NetSpark IP & Telecom and Intelisys landed in the platinum category.

AT&T’s Will Harvey

Will Harvey, vice president of AT&T Alliance Channel and ACC Business, praised partners for their efforts in 2020.

“We couldn’t be successful without you, and collectively we continue to accomplish great things,” said Harvey, who succeeded Kevin Leonard as the leader of AT&T Alliance Channel last year.

Harvey touched on some of AT&T’s recent partner-facing updates. For example, the company expanded its market development funds (MDF) program and made new targeted incentives available.

Be sure to read our recent compilation of “Top Partners: Best of the Best,” featuring channel partners and suppliers recognized for their achievements with numerous companies in the industry.

Harvey said AT&T is emphasizing growth, relevancy and advocacy in 2021. He vowed to “eliminate any conflicts” and “provided information on targeted markets, accounts and contacts.”

“Our commission and incentive structures will continue to be adjusted and improved for our solution providers and masters to experience and realize revenue streams that are valuable while they expand and grow sales of AT&T services,” Harvey said.

We have listed the 57 winners below.

Platinum Elite

  • ABS Communications
  • Nordicom Technologies
  • Presto Tech Solutions
  • Spearhead Consulting
  • Telarus

Platinum

  • NetSpark IP & Telecom
  • Intelisys

Gold

  • CC3 Solutions
  • Digital Management Solutions
  • Saturn Wireless
  • Talksouth
  • Advanced Communications
  • ADCom Solutions
  • BCDR Solutions
  • Five Star Technology Group
  • Longboat Mobility
  • Sandler Partners
  • Telecom Brokerage
  • TCG
  • Triple Play Wireless
  • White Glove Wireless

Silver

  • SMMA Wireless
  • KSJ Communications
  • AIE Solutions
  • BLU Telecommunication
  • Credico
  • Evergreen Telecom Services
  • Firefly IT Asset Recovery
  • Give Back Wireless
  • Simplify
  • Telapprise
  • CMI
  • TLG
  • Vomoda Group

Bronze

  • Bridgepointe Technologies
  • Openview Communications
  • Beast PC
  • Nextgen Solutions
  • Mobile Solutions Services Holdings
  • Speedstream Technology Partners
  • CelPro Associates
  • Centurion Communications
  • Signal Solutions
  • Baycom Allied
  • CenterLink Technologies
  • Configure
  • CPOA
  • Fast VoIP Communications
  • Infinity Communications Group
  • Interface Technologies
  • Marble Hall Group
  • Spohn Consulting
  • AppSmart
  • Teleproviders
  • VirsaTel
  • Nobilite Communications
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