Inclarity has launched a wide range of Polycom VVX handset VoIP telephony bundles to the UK Channel.
Inclarity’s bundles include a Broadsoft Enterprise License, 2000 UK landline and 2000 UK mobile minutes, together with a choice of VVX handsets ranging from the entry level VVX100 and 200 series through the mid-range VVX300 and 400 series up to and including the full range of premium and executive phones found in the VVX500 and VVX600 series.
Offering the full VVX range allows Inclarity channel partners to be extremely flexible with the bundled solutions they can provide their clients which includes the ability to mix handsets options across an installation.
Glynn Jones, Polycom’s VP EMEA Channels and Advanced Technology Group said “The market for hosted cloud telephony continues to grow at pace. As a long standing partner and highly valued partner, we are delighted that Inclarity now offers the full range of VVX business media phones as a key component of their solutions and services proposition to their channel partners. We look forward to working closely with Inclarity to ensure their partners get the most feature rich handsets available in the market today.”
Enzo Viscito says “businesses are demanding high quality, flexible and secure VoIP bundles at a keen price. This is why we are offering our channel the widest choice of premium-quality Polycom VVX business media phones, together with the internationally recognised Broadsoft License and virtually unlimited minutes. This combination of best-of-breed vendor technologies together with Inclarity’s resilient network offers our channel providers the best of everything at extremely affordable seat prices.”
Viscito continued “We make it easy for our resellers to sell our bundles by including number porting, DDI numbers and quick migration turnaround as these features are important to our channel. Inclarity is known for its superior customer service and billing capabilities which are both optionally available should resellers not have these services in-house.”
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