CHANNEL PARTNERS — Master agency X4 Solutions (Booth #1430 at the Channel Partners Conference & Expo and a premiere sponsor) is teaming with Broadvox (an executive sponsor), a provider of IP Communication solutions for SMBs and enterprises. The new agreement enables X4 Solutions to provide SIP Trunking services and Unified Communications solutions to businesses nationwide and to their subsidiary national and international office locations as well.
“Broadvox and their ability to deliver customized SIP Trunking and virtual PBX functionality is a great fit for our Sales partners and their customers. In researching the Broadvox solution it became clear from the start that they overlay with our Sales Partner’s customer base perfectly," said Curt Allen, president of sales for X4 Solutions.
“X4 is an organization with a solid understanding of the comparative advantages and associated costs of the industry’s best IP Telephony solutions; Broadvox is pleased to be represented by this Master Agency," said Chad Krantz, executive director of channel sales at Broadvox. “The relationship with X4 provides an opportunity for increased commissions, national exposure and business growth for X4 and its Partner Agents, as well as for Broadvox."
X4 and its Agent Partners can implement customized Broadvox SIP Trunk products to transition businesses to IP Telephony and Unified Communications capabilities a little at a time or all at once. And, with fully-managed cloud solutions like GO!VBX Managed, Broadvox and X4 say they deliver the UC features businesses require, without the need to increase IT department resources or for expensive PBX, LAN and router equipment. Furthermore, businesses can keep their compatible, existing IP phone systems in place to save money and maximize end-user familiarity, or they can purchase or lease equipment from Broadvox, X4 and their Agent Partners.
The companies say SMBs realize an almost immediate ROI as a result of the reduction in cost per minute for communication provided by SIP Trunking and save as much as 70 percent when compared to traditional TDM services.