Daisy Distribution has formed a new partnership with ultrafast business broadband provider Virgin Media Business. The deal means channel partners can now sell Virgin Media’s ultrafast business broadband bundles through the distributor.
Julien Parven, Marketing Director at Daisy Distribution, comments, “We are delighted to be able to add Virgin Media Business to our very select number of network partners. The brand, service and sheer coverage of its connectivity network will open up a mass of opportunities within our partner base.”
Through Daisy Distribution’s portal, partners are able to easily place orders, before they are sent to Virgin Media Business to provision. “The simplicity of the ordering and provisioning processes means that this new offering should not only be attractive to partners who are already selling broadband, but it makes the product set accessible to those who are new to broadband sales too,” Parven adds.
The broadband packages available range from a superfast 50Mb option with a ‘pay as you use’ call bundle to an ultrafast 300Mb service with an inclusive call bundle.
Supplied with a sales enablement toolkit, the partners can be confident that they have all the marketing support and collateral that they need to successfully sell the services and leverage the Virgin brand.
He continues, “Not only do we now have access to these services, but through the agreement Virgin Media Business will supply our partners with a data-washing service against its on-net checker, allowing for more targeted marketing and sales campaigns.”
The new deal fits the brief for the distributor’s promise of “connecting your business”, not only providing another way for Daisy Distribution to reach out to its partners, but providing them with even more choice for their business customers to connect with their end users.
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