Telarus Breaks Attendance Record at its Annual Partner Summit

Sandy, Utah-based master agent Telarus, Inc., today announced that it has set a new attendance record for its annual Partner Summit in Deer Valley, Utah. The Telarus Partner Summit is a three-day conference held each June at the Stein Eriksen Resort and features keynote and guest speakers who discuss the future of the cloud and the data networks that support it.  This year’s speakers included MJ Petroni, founder of Causeit, Inc. and Cyborg Anthropologist in residence at NTT, Kevin O’Toole of Comcast Business, Roger Blohm of LVM, and Dr. Scott Baird of Griffin Hill.

“I’d like to thank our partners, exhibitors, speakers, staff, and the Stein Eriksen team for helping us pull off another memorable and educational Telarus Partner Summit,” said Adam Edwards, CEO of Telarus.  ”We know it is a sacrifice for our guests to take almost a full week of work to spend with us here in Deer Valley, but we know the value of information they’ll take away will help their business grow in ways that other ‘generic’ conventions can’t.  We at Telarus have a unique vantage point from our proprietary partner management system. We can see what works, what doesn’t work, what the suppliers are saying, and mix it with actual big data to give our partners a roadmap to success.”

The 2015 Telarus Partner Summit includes more than 30 exhibitors, including new Telarus supplier ViaSat, who entertained attendees with their technology trailer which features an Exede for Business satellite VoIP phone which seemed unaffected by latency or packet loss.

“Each year I come to this Summit thinking, ‘how are they going to top last year’s conference?’”, added Ron Legarski, president of Solveforce and number one Telarus partner from 2014.  ”But somehow, they keep finding new and creative approaches to help us sell more and run our businesses more efficiently.”

In addition to hosting educational forums to help educate their partners, Telarus also publicly recognized their top partners and suppliers of 2014.