Exertis Micro-P has announced it has signed a contract with O2 to provide O2 airtime on partner platform, Conect. One year on from the launch of the platform, Conect channel partners will be able to offer O2 airtime to their customers.
This new partnership means all the major UK mobile networks are now available through Conect. O2 joins Vodafone, EE, Orange and T-Mobile on Conect from 1 April.
Conect enables resellers of mobile, IT and comms to easily connect services including mobile airtime, hosted services, employee benefit schemes (including BYOD), managed print services and video conferencing via a simple to use, unique and intuitive connections portal.
Fridolin Engel, Head of Sales for Conect, commented: “Having O2 on Conect completes the full portfolio of major networks available to Conect partners. This is a great occasion for Conect, marking its first birthday. We are leading the channel in support of O2’s digital strategy. For both the mobile and IT reseller channel, Conect makes selling airtime and surrounding products easy.”
Exertis Micro-P also announced it is now able to provide Microsoft Office 365 with O2 connectivity on Conect. Office 365 covers the desktop, all the way out to a user’s many mobile devices, for a consistent, efficient, easy to manage office anywhere.
Over the second quarter 2014 Exertis Micro-P will be hosting O2 and Office 365 Boot Camps for partners around the UK. Conect partners will be invited to attend as the events hit their region. Each Boot Camp will be supported by both O2 and Microsoft.
Conect brings everything together in a way that enables resellers to deliver a full suite of services through a single platform and on a single billing system. Whether they are an IT, mobile or comms reseller, they can expand the range of services they provide to their local community and their customer base.
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