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Evolve IP has joined the master agent as a supplier of cloud computing and cloud communications. Its offerings feature contact center, disaster recovery, unified communications, infrastructure as a service and desktop services. Telarus CEO Adam Edwards praised the new options that his sales partners obtain from the partnership.
“Our partner community will value their unique focus on long-term strategy as well as their focus on educating those who may be new to selling cloud,” Edwards said.
Edwards says his company’s partners will benefit in the category of compliance, where he says Evolve IP is strong.
“We expect that this will be a great benefit across the many regulated verticals they serve,” he said.
Evolve IP says it serves more than 1,500 companies in a variety of verticals. The Pennsylvania-based company recently announced plans to acquire Mtel and expand globally. Telarus has more than 4,000 sales partners and a cloud engineering team, which Evolve IP Chief Sales Officer Tim Allen says will do a good job of capitalizing on the newly available Evolve IP offerings.
“When partners leverage Telarus’ proprietary UCaaS and cloud selection and pricing tools, we are confident they will quickly recognize Evolve IP’s unique value in the market,” Allen said.
Telarus upped its broadband portfolio two weeks ago by partnering with Skyriver.
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January 27 2020 @ 23:00:02 UTC