Chicago-based TBI has doled out 10 awards to its top suppliers.
AT&T took home honors for Vendor of the Year, and its own Scott Kalata won Channel Manger of the Year.
Meantime, its rival Verizon also won two awards: Back Office of the Year for Omni Center – TBI’s multichannel contact center that performs both outbound and inbound vendor and partner campaigning – and Omni Center Vendor of the Year. Comcast Business doubled up as well, winning Marketing Vendor of the Year and Omni Center Channel Manager of the Year.
TBI honored the award winners at its Big Event, May 9, in Chicago.
The relationship between AT&T and TBI goes way back. TBI was the only master agent to make platinum in the AT&T Alliance Channel.
Other companies won awards. 8×8 and CloudGenix won the respective UCaaS/CCaaS and SD-WAN categories. 8×8 channel chief John DeLozier showered praise on TBI.
“We are thrilled to have received this recognition. TBI is not only an incredible master agent, but they are currently 8×8’s all-time leader in revenue,” DeLozier said. “We love their commitment to the channel, and investment in not only 8×8 but in Generation CX.”
Last Thursday at our #TBIGEvent, @8×8 was named “UCaaS/CCaaS Vendor of the Year”! Read more about the award & recognition here: https://t.co/70J0fM6hHT. #TBIAwards#UCaaS#CCaaS@jw888@monystok1@Coree1pic.twitter.com/t3oaRJOgFc
— TBI (@TBImasteragent) May 14, 2019
The 10 awards are listed below:
.@Adtran updated its Mosaic suite this week. dlvr.it/RBMhzs
August 16 2019 @ 22:30:02 UTC
AT&T helped found the Airship project last year. dlvr.it/RBJjCl
August 15 2019 @ 23:45:32 UTC