ShoreTel has announced that Solar Communications will be the first EMEA partner to be presented with its Platinum Partner award.
The award, presented at the Williams F1 Grove conference centre, Oxfordshire, is the highest level of attainment in ShoreTel’s Champion Partner Programme, which rewards partners who show an outstanding commitment to selling ShoreTel’s products.
Solar has been included in ShoreTel’s Circle of Excellence for the last four years, in 2013 it was the largest purchaser of ShoreTel’s products outside of the US and achieved an annual growth of 20%. Solar also earned a Net Promoter Score (NPS) of 75%, which are widely used in the industry as a key indicator of success, and any firm scoring above 50% is classed to be a World Class company. This earned Solar the position of world’s top ShoreTel partner in November of 2013.
The Champion Partner Programme has been designed to offer infrastructure support to overseas partners that sell ShoreTel products in-order to help businesses across the globe. The programme is divided into four tiers: Authorized, Silver, Gold and Platinum, which are structured to deliver the businesses the right set of benefits to each partner.
“This is an incredible win for Solar, which has come from the dedication and hard work from every one of us here at Solar in the UK, we thank our long-standing clients whose loyalty to has given Solar the opportunity to achieve this,” said Chief Executive Mark Colquhoun (pictured).
“We are very proud to be able to present our prestigious Platinum award to Solar”, said David Petts (pictured), SVP and of Sales and Board Member, “no partner deserves it more than Solar, whose dexterity and commitment to providing their clients with ShoreTel’s brilliantly simple solutions has guaranteed this high-level of recognition.”
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