Synchronoss Technologies and Panasonic Solutions Company have announced a partnership designed to have Synchronoss ConvergenceNow Plus platform expand Panasonics existing Wireless Partner Program (WPP) for the Toughbook product division, which will enable Toughbook computer resellers to earn additional revenues from Tier 1 U.S. carrier partners as they sell to the enterprise market.
The ConvergenceNow Plus platform will provide Panasonics business partners with a dedicated portal designed to streamline the ordering and activation process for Toughbook solutions. In addition to multi-carrier order processing and provisioning, Synchronoss will provide a number of additional services related to delivering the end-to-end program, such as value added reseller (VAR) and channel management, including participation in sales incentives and promotions resulting in a transformational B2B customer experience and lower program support costs. It will also support revenue assurance related activities such as commissions reconciliation. ConvergenceNow Plus allows clients to dramatically scale new activation volumes with the flexibility to implement solutions globally with its VAR and carrier partners.
Wireless connectivity is a critical part of the Toughbook user experience,” said Victoria Obenshain, VP, Wireless Strategy, at Panasonic Solutions Company. Ensuring our partners and customers can easily activate their mobile devices helps improve user satisfaction and maximize the value of their deployment. Our partnership with Synchronoss will help ensure our resellers have the tools in place to easily and efficiently provide activation services to their customers.”
Synchronoss is excited to work with Panasonic to implement solutions globally with its VAR and carrier partners while enabling its Wireless Partner Program,” said Chris Putnam, EVP, Synchronoss Technologies. We are proud to add such a world-class brand as Panasonic to our list of Tier One customers, and look forward to enabling the company to deliver a wide range of innovative connected devices to its enterprise customers.”
Since 1993, Panasonic has been manufacturing Toughbook line of mobile computers and has expanded the boundaries of wireless communications technology through a broad portfolio of products, ranging from fully rugged, industrial strength computers and tablet PCs to business-rugged thin-and-light and ultra-portable computers. A core manufacturer, PSC controls the entire process of design, manufacture, quality assurance, service and support. As a result, Panasonic says its Toughbook computers are known for having the lowest failure rates in the industry.
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February 24 2018 @ 12:15:30 UTC