Digital Space appointed as BT Wholesale Elite Partner

Digital Space has been appointed as a BT Wholesale Elite Partner.

The IT provider is one of just a handful of UK partners to have achieved this status as part of BT Wholesale’s partner programme, Partner Plus. It awards partners on a points-based system based around growth, revenue and ability to deliver BT’s services to customers. Partners are placed in three tiers, Partner, Premium or Elite.

As an Elite partner, the highest level available, Digital Space now has exclusive access to executive sponsorship, resources and tools to help its customers to grow, innovate and succeed.

Most notably, Digital Space can utilise BT Wholesale’s early access programme, allowing access to new products and features before they become available on the market.

“This latest appointment to Elite Partner Status is a result of our long-standing partnership with BT Wholesale and further solidifies our industry-leading skills, knowledge and value in delivering its products and services to our valued customers,” said Neil Muller, CEO at Digital Space (pictured).

Muller said the company now has an even stronger foundation to provide trusted technical advice and deliver unrivalled results.

“During a time of considerable digital innovation such as the PSTN Switch Off, we can help customers respond fast to evolving technological change to meet demand, gain competitive advantage and drive future success,” he added.

Alex Tempest, managing director at BT Wholesale said: “As Europe’s largest Wholesale provider, it’s really important for us to lean into customer feedback on more simple ways of working with our business, and our Partner Plus programme does just that; providing easy access to resources, more personalised support and a brilliant digital customer experience.

“We’re really delighted to welcome Digital Space to Partner Plus, empowering them to benefit from our network to innovate, grow and to better serve their customers.”

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