TeleWare has launched a new recruitment initiative to find a select number of strategic ‘go to market partners’. TeleWare is looking to collaborate with organisations that share its vision to provide creative software and services in the communications technology sector. These new relationships will identify new revenue generating opportunities by launching differentiated communication solutions into the market.
TeleWare’s existing partner network spans mobile operators, service providers, application providers and vendors. CEO, Steve Haworth commented, “We’re looking to work with partners, particularly in the finance, professional services, retail and healthcare space, which share our ambition and vision to transform business performance by focusing on improving customer experience, employee productivity and if applicable, ensuring regulatory requirements are met. With a history spanning over 25 years’ we have helped to improve the way some of the UK’s largest organisations communicate both internally and with their customers.
He added, “It’s an exciting time for TeleWare, we have a pipeline of new products due to launch over the next 12-18 months, therefore it is crucial that we partner with the very best to ensure these solutions are taken to the right markets and audiences. We understand the fundamental impact that good communication capability has on any businesses chances of success, so we take great pride in developing solutions that get to the core of communication challenges. The market is changing so fast, the impact that Microsoft Lync has had over the past couple of years has been enormous. Being at the forefront of these market changes crucial to ours and our partners’ growth.
To support these plans, TeleWare are launching a new partner programme which offers some of the most compelling margins and incentives in the industry. The programme will also ensure that partners receive regular product training updates as well as marketing and sales enablement support allowing partners to leverage opportunities quickly and easily.
Haworth went on to say, “We have invested significantly into our new partner programme and we’re looking for organisations that approach communications with the same passion that we do. We want to create long term value driven partnerships that help to transform the businesses of our clients”.
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