EnTelegent Solutions has signed master agency Converged Network Services Group (CNSG) to its national channel partner and VAR program.
EnTelegent Solutions, a nationwide CLEC and managed solutions provider, specializes in providing voice, dsl, data, Internet, conferencing and VoIP to multilocation accounts ranging from 2 to 2,000+ locations.
“We’re pleased to be adding EnTelegent’s broad suite of products to our portfolio,” said CNSG president Matt Harty. “The ability for multi-location businesses to lower costs and consolidate all their services into one bill and secure portal, including all local and broadband, across all LEC territories in all 50 states, delivers a strong value proposition to our prospects and customers. We also have high expectations for this partnership as EnTelegent’s agent-friendly agreement demonstrates a commitment to the partner channel.”
Entelegent does not have any direct sales staff and thus relies 100 percent on its channel partners to acquire its customers.
“We have spent several years developing some very unique professional managed services to enhance our value beyond just network services, especially to clients with multi-location, multi-vendor environments,” said Bo Wheeler, EnTelegent’s president. “Our objective was not just to provide nationwide network services, but to also provide our channel partners with some high value professional telemanagement services which give them the unique ability to manage all of their client’s services (wireline and wireless) at every location nationwide. These telemanagement services encompass not only EnTelegent network services, but all third party provider services as well even if they are under contract. This greatly enhances our channel partner’s value to their clients, and we all know that whoever creates the most value makes the most money.”
He added, “We are truly excited and honored to be partnering with an agency of such high quality and top production as CNSG. Entelegent grew by more than 90% in 2012 and with the addition of a premier group like CNSG there is no telling what 2013 is going to bring.”