The bundle, which requires no capex outlays, is available throughout the country for a flat per-location rate, BullsEye said. The standard package includes the following:
Additional options include managed VPN; firewall; data security; and PCI assurance. The platform comes in phone configurations of two, four, eight and 12.
For customers, the best part may be ease of use.
All the components in our bundle are compatible,” said Tim Basa, BullsEye’s channel chief. “There is no finger pointing. We manage everything. Whether theyre turning up or turning down operations or even moving their business to a new location, they have everything they need and BullsEye Telecom will work with them every step of the way.”
The company is targeting businesses no matter their size they can have five to 500 locations, for example.
We like to call it the Done-for-Them bundle,” Basa said. “We know that business owners either dont have or dont want to spend the time shopping for all these different solutions. So weve done it for them.”
BullsEye is conducting demonstrations of its new product in its booth this week at the Spring 2012 Channel Partners Conference & Expo.
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