VeloComms now offers its customer base Sharedband’s patented technology, which is designed to radically improve the performance and resilience of internet connections. The Sharedband core software solution aggregates multiple internet connections (DSL, cable, fibre, wireless) into a single high-performance connection that is flexible and scalable.
Sharedband provides a secure portal for channel reseller partners such as VeloComms to manage multiple customer accounts easily online. Once signed-in to the secure portal a reseller can see performance parameters for a variety of customer account activities related to the Sharedband bonded internet solution. This includes active and non-active status on bonded connections.
For VeloComms, Phil Davies, CEO stated, “I like the fact that Sharedband is a subscription service which generates ongoing incremental revenue for us. For our customers that need high-speed broadband it fills the gap between conventional DSL broadband and Ethernet which is still uneconomic for many of our SME customers. The service is easy to use and the customer portal provides instant access to real-time information for our customers, while the partner portal makes it simple to administer for us. We also receive great support and account management from Sharedband.”
Commenting on the new VeloComms partner appointment Tim Burne, Chief Operations Officer for Sharedband said, “We’re very pleased to welcome VeloComms to the Sharedband partner community. VeloComms joins a growing number of comms providers that find Sharedband to be the ideal solution for customers wanting greater bandwidth to access cloud based services at a cost-effective price. Implementing Sharedband allows comms providers to offer further value-added products such as hosted applications, storage and SAAS solutions generating additional revenue streams.”
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