BCN Solutions Express (Booth 723), a master agency representing reseller BCN Telecom Inc., announced the addition of dedicated VoIP services and the expansion of its local PRI offerings for sale through the BCN Solutions Express Agency program. In other news, the companies announced that BCN Telecom has extended its All the Business bonus plan.
Tom McCrosson, CEO for BCN Solutions Express, said the agency is launching a dedicated VoIP offer to its subagents.
We are able to streamline the process of providing VoIP solutions to end users with a nationwide offering for commercial customers that want to take advantage of VoIP technology, he said, adding customers can make use of a managed PBX capability as well.
BCN also has expanded its local PRI service to 63 additional markets, said McCrosson. Previously, the service was available in about 30 markets. Customers will be able to run data, local, long-distance and international calls over the dedicated broadband.
Dick Boudria, CEO of BCN Telecom, said due to the positive response of the bonus plan rolled out at the Channel Partners show in Chicago, we have decided to extend the program for an additional six months. The agent community has a significant opportunity to win new business and maximize earnings with the expanded product portfolio and bonus plan.
McCrosson said BCN Telecoms All the Business Campaign offers partners a chance to earn a multiple of the monthly business sold by the agent community within a pre-determined time frame. We are able to design a customized incentive plan and sales campaign, based upon the target market and product mix of our distribution channel, McCrosson said.
For example, BCN Solutions Express and its partners will set a time period for the agent to place business on the BCN Telecom network and earn up to 100 percent of the monthly billing as a one-time bonus. The beauty of the BCN Telecom program is that due to BCNs extensive product line and vendor agreements, a bonus plan can be created for almost any sales application and pricing requirements, McCrosson said.