MegaPath didn’t specify its criteria other than high sales for selecting its top partner. Telarus has sold MegaPath services since 2003 and serves on the provider’s advisory board.
“MegaPath takes pride in building strong relationships with partners providing them with unmatched support and resources,” said Dan Foster, general manager and senior vice president of the SMB and channel markets for MegaPath. Foster recently returned to MegaPath; he left after the Netifice merger. “Our goal is to make it easy to conduct business, increase sales, drive growth and enhance profitability.”
Adam Edwards, CEO of Telarus, said MegaPath’s automated quoting process helped Telarus agents sell services without interference from bureaucratic red tape.
“The company’s continued investments in channel initiatives and improvements promise to make us even more successful,” said Edwards.
MegaPath recently retooled its partner program into a tiered model, and has added voice and Internet bundles.