BullsEye has received the first-ever Channel Deployment of the Year Award for its managed service platform (MSP), in the 2015 Visionary Spotlight Awards from Beka Publishing and ChannelVision Magazine.
In early 2014, BullsEye introduced its MSP. In the winning deployment example, it allowed a multi-unit operator to control and view its entire VPN network for more than 320 locations using one interface. BullsEye’s MSP service allowed for ease of use, flexibility and 24/7 access through a single portal. The MSP also provides security alerts and is never exposed to any downtime; proactive alerts allow administrators to address any issues.
The key differentiator of BullsEye’s MSP service is the ease in ability to make network changes, filter and regulate internet content, enable alerts and perform diagnostics for a fixed price from a single provider, the company said.
“We take great care to ensure customized voice services and innovative solutions for a diverse range of individualized needs from business to business, client to client,” said Tim Basa, executive vice president of sales and marketing for BullsEye. “We are honored that our most recent and successful deployment using our innovative MSP is being recognized, and we are pleased to be the first-ever recipient honored with such a prestigious and honorary accolade.”
Beka Publishing’s inaugural Channel Deployment of the Year Award is one of 19 Visionary Spotlight Awards recognizing outstanding and innovative services and deployment within the communications and tech industries. The nominees were judged using a number of competitive criteria seeking differentiation, innovation, industry impact, creativity and interoperability. With only four ‘Overall Excellence’ awards, and only one honoree for each award, the 2015 Channel Deployment of the Year Award is highly esteemed.
“We have created the Visionary Spotlight Awards program to highlight the rapid pace of evolution within the communications industry, to give innovators and industry visionaries the opportunity to gain the exposure and recognition that they deserve,” said Berge Kaprelian, president of Beka Publishing. “We are seeing breathtaking changes in both business models and the technology itself. Our team of respected industry veterans has deep experience in both channel/enterprise technology as well as the service provider arena, and I’m looking forward to seeing them bring their critical, independent evaluations to bear in uncovering the most meaningful deployments and product/service design and engineering across our industry today.”