TelCentris Inc., the parent company of consumer voice mail and unified communications service VoxOx, is looking to agents and dealers to sell its VoIP services.
In fact, the San Diego-based company rolled out a special incentive program as a way to lure partners. Through the end of the year, channel partners will not have to meet any revenue minimum commitments; they’ll earn 20 percent commission on all sales; and they’ll get one month of voice monthly recurring charges beyond their standard commission for three-year deals. Finally, TelCentris said, 50 percent of installation fees collected go to partners on an ongoing basis.
“TelCentris wants to make it easy for partners to become familiar with our company and products,” said Bryan Hertz, CEO and co-founder of TelCentris. “According to industry standards, in order to be eligible for higher commission levels, agents must either make a substantial revenue commitment or go through a master agent. We wanted to eliminate that barrier as an introduction to our program.”
TelCentris officially launched its channel program Wednesday at the Fall 2009 Channel Partners Conference & Expo.