PGi has established a three-year wholesale agreement with Copper Conferencing. The new agreement allows Copper to market and sell PGi’s audio and Web conferencing solutions under the Copper Conferencing brand.
“PGi is thrilled to be working with Carolyn Bradfield and Copper Conferencing,” said Ralph Hawkins, senior vice president, PGiPartner Channel, PGi. “Our Partner Channel has grown with incredible momentum in the last few years, and this new agreement illustrates that we are committed to embracing our partners and working to make them more successful.”
PGi’s Partner Channel remains a key area of focus and investment in 2010, as PGi continues to provide global scale and collaboration synergies for resellers and agents around the world. PGi says its broad suite of audio and Web collaboration solutions helps companies like Copper grow their own businesses.
The agreement between PGi and Copper Conferencing is designed to support Copper’s On Demand audio services and to drive the development of joint efforts to expand audio and Web collaboration solutions. Copper has invested considerable resources to automate the entire conferencing experience, including a sophisticated online account management system, online user training and automated call technology.
“Copper Conferencing operates with a value system that is focused on putting our customers first,” said Carolyn Bradfield, chairman and CEO, Copper Conferencing. “PGi shares those same values and is focused on innovation that will help us continue to meet the needs of our growing customer base.”
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