Chess Partner Services and O₂ have announced the signing of a new long term commercial agreement, effective from April 1st 2015.
As part of O₂’s new Direct Partner Programme, the new agreement strengthens ties between the two companies, adding further muscle to Chess Partner Services’ product and services portfolio.
John Pett, Sales Director for Chess Partner Services commented “This is great news for both our partners and Chess Partner Services. We are totally focussed on growing the business in 2015 and this new long term agreement allows us to invest further in the plans we already launched in the last two months, such as the Elite Partner Program and the O₂ commercials. The agreement also gives us scope to invest in new products and services that ensure we support our partners and our own growth plans for the future.”
Jason Phillips, Head of Partners at O₂ commented “I’m delighted that Chess has become part of the new O₂ Direct Partner Network. We’re focusing on developing deeper relationships with our partners to deliver the best in mobility and digital solutions. I’m looking forward to working with Chess to achieve this.”
In line with their previous announcements, the agreement sees Chess Partner Services able to offer partners up to 45% revenue share on existing customer base and up to 50% enhanced revenue share for re-signs, plus further connection bonuses for new voice and digital connections.
2015 also sees a renewed focus on Digital Products, with O2 and Chess Partner Services due to announce a further set of incentives designed to encourage partners to build digital connections.
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