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Intelisys Partners Gain Globalgig Connectivity Offerings

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Intelisys sales partners now have access to Globalgig‘s fully-managed suite of mobility and wireless connectivity offerings.

Intelisys' Jay Bradley

Intelisys’ Jay Bradley

Globalgig, the wireless connectivity provider, announced its partnership with Intelisys as it expands its channel program. Intelisys partners can deliver a combination of wireline and wireless solutions in more than 200 countries.

“As our sales partners expand their client footprints globally and strive to meet the demand for increasingly complex total solutions, we look to innovative organizations like Globalgig to enhance our solutions portfolio,” said Jay Bradley, Intelisys’ president. “It is unique in the industry to find a partner with the technology, flexibility and extensive geographic reach to deliver wireless data services globally with no roaming charges, and a great addition to our sales partners’ arsenal.”

Globalgig's Ernest Cunningham

Globalgig’s Ernest Cunningham

Working with Globalgig, Intelisys agents can offer customers managed solutions that leverage global wireless connectivity, such as automated failover to a wireless connection, wireless bundles with customized data plans, mobile broadband for global travelers, personal WiFi hotspot devices that allow users to connect multiple devices to a secured network globally, and Internet of Things (IoT)/machine-to-machine (M2M) applications for tracking and supply chain logistics.

“We are very excited to work with Intelisys and its community of top performing sales partners in delivering solutions that orchestrate hyperconnectivity for enterprises,” said Ernest Cunningham, Globalgig’s CEO. “We share the same commitment to the channel in creating customized and comprehensive services for customers. Our companies have already identified several opportunities to pursue.”


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