Vodafone UK has announced the launch of a new Vodafone Partner Programme, which will bring together fixed, mobile and IT services channel partners. Following the acquisition of Cable & Wireless Worldwide (CWW) and the purchase of spectrum portfolio for its upcoming 4G service, Vodafone’s enterprise leadership team revealed details of the new Vodafone Partner Programme and explained what recent and upcoming developments will mean to fixed, mobile and IT services channel partners.
The all-new Vodafone Partner Programme will be powered by substantial investment in The Vodafone Sales Academy training programme and world-class online sales and service tools. The programme will focus on developing the capabilities of partners to deliver more Vodafone products and services to an increased number of UK business customers. By collaborating with partners, Vodafone is creating a leading partner programme which offers long-term benefits to partners and customers alike.
Vodafone recently announced it is spending more than £900 million on its UK network over the next year, enhancing its voice and data infrastructure and creating an advanced IP network. The combination of this network investment and the acquisition of CWW will mean that Vodafone partners will be able to offer customers a truly converged fixed and mobile service, enabling more British businesses to find better ways of working.
Rob Mukherjee, Head of Vodafone Partner Services at Vodafone UK said: “With the acquisition of CWW we were able to accelerate our vision of creating a truly integrated fixed, mobile and IT services partner programme. We will continue to work closely with our partners on the new Vodafone Partner Programme to maintain a long-term focus that greatly benefits all parties involved – especially customers.
“We’re looking forward to making this transition with our partners and this event marks the beginning of our journey,” he added.
As part of the launch of the new programme and to support partners, Vodafone will be offering a promotion that represents a great deal for partners looking to deliver fixed and mobile products and services for their customers.
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