The NetWolves Channel Advisory Board had its inaugural meeting on March 1, at the Channel Partners Conference & Expo in Las Vegas.
NetWolves assembled the advisory board to help strengthen its channel program. In attendance were: Beki Clark, Intelisys; Geoffrey Shepstone, TBI; Curt Allen, X4 Communications; Ted Schuman, Planet One Communications; Jack Knocke, MicroCorp, Inc.; and Scott Foote, Ryan Kelly and Michael Grossman of NetWolves.
“We are very honored to have such distinguished master agents as part of our board,” said Ryan Kelly, vice president of NetWolves. “Collectively, we hope to formulate strategies that will enable us to have one of the best channel programs in the industry.”
“We see NetWolves as a key partner for us in 2009 and beyond so it was very refreshing to hear how they plan to take agent advisory input and put it into action,” said Curt Allen, president, X4 Communications. “With representation from five of the largest and most reputable master agents in the business, it is clear we are not the only ones impressed with the NetWolves program.”
NetWolves reported that the board had a number of specific recommendations that are already being acted upon, and plan on meeting about throughout the year.
Master agents are really into geographical expansion and portfolio diversification this year. https://t.co/BSa0EAe7Bf
October 23 2018 @ 17:53:03 UTC