Exhibitors Gear up for Another Successful Summit

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The Convergence Summit South is rolling ever closer and the 2014 is looking to be the most successful Summit to date. Now, just twelve weeks away, the Summit has attracted all the major convergence suppliers, and more, where resellers can come and network with existing suppliers and create relationships with new ones too. To sign up to attend the event please follow the link, registration is FREE. The event will take place at Sandown Park on the 8th and 9th October 2014.

BT Wholesale, Netpay and GCI have all signed up to exhibit at the event this year.

BT Wholesale will be showcasing their full product portfolio at Convergence South and will demonstrate the capabilities encompassed within their Integrated Access Services, Voice Services, Hosted Communications Services and

Managed Services. BT Wholesale have been regulars at the show for many years cementing their strong relationships within the Channel.

Cerri Barton, Marketing Manager at NetPay commented, "NetPay is an opportunity for the Channel to really differentiate providing service that is a natural fit for their core business, is margin rich and importantly growing even in tough recessionary times. Convergence Summit is NetPay's opportunity to launch our capability into the Channel and talk about its successes working with other communications businesses."

Laura Swan, Marketing Manager at GCI Channel Solutions said, "Having exhibited at The Convergence Summit South last year when we launched our brand, we were able to directly compete with around 100 of the leading players from across the Voice, IT/Data and Mobile sectors demonstrating at the event.

The Convergence Summit South is the ideal platform for the reseller community to connect with prospective partners. An opportunity to network, exhibit our portfolio of products and services and introduce the GCI-owned Cloud services to resellers, we look forward to once again generating hundreds of leads on the 8th and 9th of October at Sandown Park."