The master agent’s 7,000-plus partner network can access BullsEye’s professional services, including POTS, SD-WAN, VoIP and cloud security. Alan Sandler, Sandler Partners’ managing partner, praised the Michigan-based vendor in an announcement Thursday.
“There are only a handful of financially-stable companies in the marketplace that can consolidate POTS lines into a single-provider, single-invoice solution for multilocation customers,” Sandler said. “Sandler Partners is known as the home to the industry’s top partners, many of which deliver solutions to multilocation customers, so BullsEye’s ability to deliver this consolidated solution provides a high-value option for our partners and their clients. We anticipate a strong partnership and appreciate BullsEye’s flexibility in working with Sandler Partners to deliver a strong evergreen agreement to support and protect our partners.”
BullsEye Telecom Chief Revenue Officer David Neely said the companies share similar customer service philosophies.
“We both look to decrease, or eliminate, the complexity of sourcing and managing communications services,” Neely said. “By becoming part of their network, more companies will have access to our communications solutions, streamlined billing and processes and dedicated client teams. We look forward to becoming a part of the network that delivers best-in-class solutions that drive measurable business value to clients.”
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Sandler holds supplier partnerships with more than 200 companies, including the recently added Net2Phone. The company this week landed in the Inc. 5000 list for the tenth consecutive year. BullsEye celebrated its 20th anniversary earlier this summer and announced David Neely as its new chief revenue officer last week.