Unify highlighted exceptional customers successes from its partners during its successful International Partner Conference held recently in Dubai. With hundreds of partners from Europe and Asia in attendance, Unify showcased several significant deals won by Unify partners, including Féju (Netherlands) and Gastel Communication (France).
“We see increasing demand for dynamic and collaborative unified communication solutions as organizations of all sizes seek to find new ways to work and explore the growth opportunities that communications software provides,” comments Jon Pritchard, executive vice president, worldwide channels at Unify. “Our partner community plays a critical role in the go-to-market and growth strategy for the company and we will continue to develop our Go Forward partner program and our portfolio to enable them to be even more successful.”
Unify, which has over 3,500 partners in its Go Forward partner eco system, also announced a new global partner recruitment drive. This recruitment drive will focus on engaging Unify with SaaS focused resellers as the company readies itself for the launch of Project Ansible, later this year. Unify believes that the strength of the Unify portfolio and its partner program, combined with the market opportunity for unified communication solutions, will ensure that Unify’s global channel partners are well-prepared to win and add value to customers.
Tony Brar, Sales Director, NETconnection Systems Ltd in the UK comments, “As a Unify partner for the past five years, we have had a lot of success selling its unified communications (UC) solutions. Having access to a dedicated team of Unify experts, and the company’s wide range of market leading solutions, we have seen an increase in the number of registered deals and sales opportunities – resulting in over £750,000 of business in 2013 alone. Working with the Unify team also allows us to engage in new customer conversations about new ways to work and the benefits of collaborative unified communications solutions, delivering tremendous value beyond the standard solutions that our competitors bring to the table.”
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