CenturyLink Focuses on Geography-Based Model Post Level 3

It’s been a year of change for CenturyLink, which has spent 2018 getting Level 3 Communications, which the company bought last November, fully integrated. That’s also led to changes in how CenturyLink’s channel does business.

Take Garrett Gee, for instance. The company’s channel chief took over the reins this past summer, and is tasked with moving a much larger partner program forward. He sat down with Channel Partners’ Craig Galbraith at Channel Partners Evolution to discuss where CenturyLink’s partners can expect the company to go from here.

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