UK ITSP (Internet Telephony Service Provider) VoIP Unlimited, is on a recruiting drive for additional IT channel partners who want to get into the VoIP services market but lack the tools in billing administration.
“We are seeing real opportunities for IT resellers to acquire new business in the minutes market from the traditional telecoms resellers.” says Steve Bieniek, VoIP Unlimited’s Sales Director.
“By offering a full package of services including SIP trunk and number provision, dealer branded VoIP minutes billing, VoIP optimised broadband connections, direct debit collection and generous commission payments on VoIP and CPS minutes, there has never been a better time to attack this market.”
VoIP Unlimited are also in a position to introduce IT dealers to a full range of gateway and IP PBX devices from a list of approved, pre-tested manufacturer partners such as Vegastream, AYC, Epygi, Boscom, Dataflex, all of which say VoIP Unlimited, have been successfully tested for interoperability with VoIP Unlimited’s SIP trunk service.
If IT dealers are already providing IT support services to a customer, why can’t they also provide the telephony services too and become a one stop shop for all communications services?
“Our primary channel to market is through working with system manufacturers and having them test our SIP services on their hardware and software platforms to achieve interoperability. By going through this process we not only develop a closer working relationship with the manufacturer, it also gives confidence to their existing resellers that the end solution is going to work when installed.”
Bieniek continued: “VoIP Unlimited aims to be the wholesale VoIP provider of choice within the IT dealer market by the end of 2007.
We are very different from many other service providers in that we are networking experts by trade and have very strong technical expertise, offering a much higher level of assistance and support at the implementation stage. We also offer a full managed service around billing, not offered by most SIP service providers.
We’ll just keep doing the basics right and making sure the high service levels stay consistent as we grow.”