BCN, which provides single-source solutions to multilocation customers, now can access Telarus’ 4,000-plus partner base. Telarus through the partnership adds a company that builds custom solutions via more than 75 wholesale network providers.
“Telarus is excited to offer our partners the power of BCN to deliver nationwide multiservice, multinetwork solutions with billing for all services consolidated into one monthly invoice, and a state-of-the-art portal to manage all services at all locations,” Telarus co-founder Patrick Oborn said. “With over 25 years of experience and tenured sales, engineering and project management teams, BCN is a winning addition to the Telarus portfolio.”
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Telarus works with about 200 supplier partners.
BCN announced partnerships with master agents Avant Communications and WTG last year. BCN’s other relationships include Intelisys and TBI. The company this year has hired multiple people who will focus on building relationships with masters. Ryan Kelly, the company’s new vice president of partner development, collaborated with Telarus when he worked on the vendor side.
“BCN is honored to be a part of the Telarus portfolio of market-leading solutions. Their longstanding reputation for delivering best-of-breed technology complements BCN’s value proposition and positions our teams to succeed in delivering unique, high-quality technology solutions for customers,” BCN chairman and CEO Richard Boudria Jr. said.
BCN rebranded from BCN Telecom in 2017. It describes itself as 100% channel-focused. Its customized solutions include POTS, SD-WAN and security services.
We wrote on Monday about Telarus’ two latest hires, who will serve as senior partner development managers. The Utah-based company will host its annual partner summit next week.