Ooma today announced it is bringing three industry leaders into its channel organization to support partnerships through white label, resale, and agent programs.
This move highlights the company’s continued channel expansion, ensuring its partners experience simplicity and financial rewards from working with Ooma to satisfy their own customers’ communication needs.
The three new members of Ooma’s channel team are:
Brad Nichols, senior manager, private label and channel sales. Brad brings over 15 years of principal telecom and unified communications experience, having overseen crucial aspects of sales and operations. Brad’s ability to develop unique channel and wholesale programs will provide partners with relationships that work best for their customers.
Brad contributed to significant growth for more than three years at CallTower as director of wholesale. He has also held channel and sales positions at ANPI and Core Dial.
Matthew Curtis, regional sales manager – channel and enterprise for the South region. Matthew brings more than a decade of experience in the channel partner community and in supporting companies to build out their partner programs. He will focus on the development of the company’s channel partner program strategy, leveraging his extensive knowledge of agent contracts, carrier agreements, and commission structures.
Prior to Ooma, Matthew spent two years at Crossvergence as director of enterprise development. He also served as a vice president of channel sales at Ntegrated Solutions, where he developed channel program strategy.
Erin Creighton, channel support agent. Erin brings a broad experience in supporting sales organizations across diverse industries. Her support will enable the channel team to deliver the Ooma experience effectively and efficiently. She has proven operational and project management skills – providing structure, tools, and support to the award-winning channel sales teams.
Previously, Erin was channel support manager at Office Depot. She had previous professional experience at Lee County Literacy Coalition and Toys R Us / Babies R Us.