Thursday, March 22, 2007

Help Selling Cisco, 3Com, Lucent, Nortel, NEC, Avaya, ETC Equipment

We are looking for Value Added Resellers (VARs) who are looking for the ability to do real-time price and availability research for their clients, who are looking for one single point of contact for T1 services, and who want to be a recipient of network installation and equipment leads that we generate (both from retail marketing and business consulting). Conversely, we want to partner with you to so that we offer your VAR expertise, services and equipment leads for our T1 services. In basic terms, if you help us find T1 service customers, we will help find you equipment and service leads!

We're looking for telephone system dealers and installers involved with pbx systems, including Avaya, Nortel, Cisco, NEC, Artisoft, Toshiba, 3Com-NBX, AT&T, ITT, NEC, Siemens/Rolm, Asterisk, Ericcson, GTE, Hitachi, Lucent, Mitel, Panasonic, Polycom, Tellabs, Linksys, and more.

We're also looking for network dealers and installers for Advantech, Cisco Systems, Extreme Networks, Foundry Networks, Juniper Networks, Linksys, Qlogic, Motorola, and SBS Technologies.

Additionally, we're interested in VARs for any of the following ipPBX, and VoIP equipment brands including 3Com-NBX, Artisoft, ADTRAN, Accutone, AltiGen, Avaya, Bogen, Cisco, Executone, Asterisk, Nitsuko, Meridian, Polycom, Telrad, Applied Voice Technology (AVT), AT&T, Bosch, Comdial, Ericsson, Estech (ESI), IDS, Intecom, Isotec, ITT, Lucent Technologies, Mitel, NEC Communications, Nortel Networks, Quintum, Redcom, Sprint, Rolm, TalkSwitch, Toshiba, Trilium, Vodavi, and more.

We're offering an additional resource to all VARs of the above for equipment and network sales and installation leads.

More information is available at:

VAR Info

or

VAR Network

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2 Comments:

Anonymous Eric said...

Wow your service will definitely help many struggling T1 internet businesses compete against the big names in internet marketing.

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7:15 PM  
Anonymous john said...

That is great news. Verizon and AT&T should be scared bc small companies are going to take over the high speed internet service! Besides those two big companies have awful customer support. http://bandwidthbuyersguide.com

2:59 AM  

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