Telarus and vMOX have entered into a new partnership agreement that will add vMOX’s mobility cost optimization and life cycle management solutions to the portfolio of Telarus’s more than 4,500 channel partners.
vMOX’s proprietary mobility optimization platform combines integration, automation and patented optimization technology to offer users increased savings, improved efficiency and real-time reporting and analytics. Their client portal utilizes APIs with carrier systems to streamline time-consuming management activities including inventory tracking, device procurement and service moves, adds and changes.
“Selling and supporting mobility services has long been a challenge in the channel,” said Tiffany Wolf, vice president of sales operations – mobility and IoT at Telarus. “vMOX’s patented mobility optimization platform will enable our partners to significantly reduce their clients’ wireless costs and management workload, with no change in carrier or service impact to end users, while providing them with a generous residual income.”
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“Telarus is recognized as a leader in the telecommunications master agent space, with an impressive reputation and solid growth,” said Mike Saxby, vMOX vice president. “We’re thrilled to be included in their portfolio and can’t wait to help their sales partners grow their businesses and deliver transformative mobility savings and management solutions to their customers.”
This is the third enhancement to the Telarus agent portfolio in less than a week. Just days ago, the master agent announced two new supplier partnerships. The first was with Thrive Networks, to sell their managed services, including disaster recovery, cloud, security and networking. The second was with Sharpen Technologies, which manufactures an omnichannel cloud contact center platform. Under the terms of the deal, a team from Sharpen will take care of the sales process on behalf of the Telarus agent and its customer.
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June 12 2019 @ 21:58:18 UTC