Alteva Offers UC Sales Training Course

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CHANNEL PARTNERS — In conjunction with the Channel Partners Conference & Expo, Alteva (Booth #1234) will hold its Level 1 UC Sales Certification training course, sponsored by Polycom, on Aug. 22 and 23, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m., at The Chicago Firehouse restaurant, 1401 South Michigan Ave. A major highlight of Alteva’s recently relaunched Channel Partner Program, the three-tiered UC Sales Certification training includes a technical overview of UC, education programming on how to sell and position UC, and impact/reinforcement training led by the Sandler Institute, a world leader in innovative sales and sales management training.

“The Channel Partners Conference & Expo is an industry event for agents, VARs, systems integrators, interconnects and consultants, that focuses on how they can transform their business to become the next generation solution providers. Since the show’s messaging is consistent with Alteva’s, it was a no brainer to hold our UC training in conjunction with the show, especially since many of our partners will be in attendance," said Louis Hayner, chief sales officer of WVT and its wholly owned subsidiaries Alteva and USA Datanet. “We are excited to have Polycom on board as our sponsor and look forward to connecting with our partners and other channel partners at the show."

Alteva’s UC Sales Certification training enhances the value of Alteva’s master agents, agents and referral partners by helping them learn how to position Alteva’s cloud-based UC solution – which consists of hosted VoIP integrated with Microsoft Communication Services – expand their offerings, boost revenues and increase market share.

Alteva’s channel managers will showcase their cloud-based UC solutions at the Expo. Additionally, channel managers from fellow WVT subsidiary, USA Datanet, a VoIP and full-service nationwide telecommunications company, will also be available to discuss small business related partnership opportunities in the Alteva booth.

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