Big-Name Agencies Dominate MegaPath’s Top 2010 Partners List
April 15, 2011 - News
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MegaPath Inc., the super-CLEC comprised of MegaPath, Covad and Speakeasy, has released the names of its top partners for 2010, and its Newcomer Partner of the Year.

In terms of sales, the following agencies contributed the most indirect revenue to MegaPath last year:

  1. Telarus
  2. Intelisys
  3. CICAT
  4. Bridgevine
  5. Presidio Networked Solutions
  6. World Telecom Group
  7. All Internet Now
  8. TBI
  9. Dial Tone Services
  10. Sandler Partners

But there’s another name to note – Converged Network Services Group, or CNSG, which took home the Newcomer Partner of the Year title.

"MegaPath's footprint and product set are a strong fit for our enterprise customers' needs," said Matt Harty, president and CEO of CNSG.  

MegaPath has taken big steps to beef up its relationship with partners. In 2010, it launched its Partner Awards program and started an advisory council. The company says that, by the end of 2011, the channel will be responsible for more than 30 percent of overall sales. Those increasing numbers are driving MegaPath to invest heavily in its partners, said Chris Gellos, senior vice president of sales.

"We are proud of the achievements of all our partners and specifically CNSG, which attained significant customer success in a relatively short period of time," Gellos said in a press release.

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