Web developer and e-commerce designer Legend FX Inc. (LFX, Booth 429) has launched a national partner program, called Solution Partners. Coinciding with the Channel Partners Conference & Expo, the initial launch is targeting Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Nevada, New York, Oregon and Washington, but the company will gladly work with anyone from any state that is interested in our offering, said Marsha Randolph, LFXs director of sales and marketing who was hired last year to head up the Solution Partner program. LFXs entire suite of products and services will be offered to agents. The Solution Partners program will offer two different participation levels.
Randolph plans to attract agents she has worked with throughout the years in the voice and data convergence industry. The explosions of the Internet and its uses have created new and exciting selling options for agents and resellers, Randolph said. Forward-thinking agents will jump on this fantastic opportunity and offer these hot products that their customers are requiring today. Adding [the] LFX suite of products to their product offering will enhance their ability to better serve their customer and add a high-demand commodity to their solution package.
LFX has begun its national footprint efforts by recruiting a master agent in Florida to launch its East Coast presence. LFX signed Gabrielle Luig of Gabrielle Photography to head up its Florida operation. Luig, a business owner operating in Tampa, Fla., for more than 20 years, will be available at the companys booth to meet and sign up new agents in the Florida region.
In other personnel news, LFX announced the addition of Brian Walters, a full-time, in-house 3D animator brought in to meet the growing demands of the companys Solution Partners. LFX has the ability to develop 3D characters, build virtual environments and create any type of animation models customers want. Walters credits include designs for the History Channel, the Emmy Awards, Country Music Awards and the NFL.
Further, due to the increase of e-commerce sites and customized software, LFX also announced its ability to now finance Web site development and customized software packages. The company has joined forces with a lending institution that will provide credit to qualified customers.
LFX invites partners to stop by its booth to hear more about these 2007 initiatives and others, including the rollout of green screen technology for use in Web design and the rollout of the companys commercial production division.
LFX is giving away a custom-designed Web site, valued at $3,500-$4,000. Attendees can register for the random drawing by filling out a questionnaire and leaving a business card at LFXs booth.