Intelisys Global has today announced that Fuze is the latest organisation to join its expanding European Supplier Partner portfolio.
Fuze (formerly ThinkingPhones) is one of the first Supplier Partners to formalise its relationship with Intelisys Global – following a successful relationship with Intelisys in the US since August 2012.
Gregg Henebry, VP Worldwide Channels, Fuze, said: “The Intelisys technology services distributor model proved highly successful for Fuze in the United States so we are keen to replicate this in the UK and European markets. Signing up as an Intelisys Global Supplier Partner brings new opportunities for Fuze to broaden its reach to channel partners and grow our expanding customer base. Fuze offers a proven capability in delivering cloud-first collaboration solutions and we are rapidly penetrating the large enterprise market. We look forward to working with Intelisys Global Sales Partners as they incorporate Fuze solutions to their UCaaS portfolio.”
“Fuze is a multi-award winning UCaaS provider that has worked extensively to build a robust communications stack in the cloud,” said Stephen Hackett, Intelisys Global lead. “As we build this new distribution channel – only launched in July – into Europe, we are both delighted and proud to include Fuze as one of our inaugural Supplier Partners.”
A Gartner Magic Quadrant Market Leader, Fuze provides cloud unified communications (UC) services—IP PBX, videoconferencing, mobility, analytics, presence/IM, contact/call center, audio conferencing, and more—to midsize and larger enterprises.
“Our Sales Partners have been working collaboratively with Fuze to quickly, easily, and cost effectively sell high margin UC services to their customers while complementing their current product and service portfolios, since our partnership began in the United States,” added Dana Topping, Intelisys Co-Owner. “This expansion alongside Intelisys Global is a vote of confidence in our history together, and in the maturity and readiness of the European market to embrace the two-tier distribution model.”