MSP Today Expert Feature
May 13, 2014

Hosted PBX Provider Versature Launches Partner Program for MSPs


Versature is the latest company to understand the value of the MSP channel for selling its products. The company has launched an official channel partner program for MSPs in Canada as part of its recent “no-hardware promo,” which enables service providers to easily add business-class VoIP services to their portfolios.

The program offers a dedicated partner support hotline for immediate help from local staff, as well as access to a secure partner portal with sales and marketing tools. Additional features include continuous network status updates as well as the peace of mind of partnering with an established hosted PBX (News - Alert) partner.

The Ottawa-based Versature specializes in offering hosted PBX and VoIP services to SMBs. The company now provides services in more than 950 cities across Canada through its growing network of service provider partners. Versature offers hosted business-class phone systems with a huge number of features like call center and conferencing functionality, call recording and transcription.

The “no-hardware promo” provides a free Polycom (News - Alert) VVX 300 phone to the first 300 subscribers through a limited offer. Versature is offering the deal to customers who sign on for 10 or more extensions on a three-year contract and is also eliminating activation costs for those who sign on for five years.

“Speaking with MSPs, we found the biggest hurdle they had to recommending VoIP solutions to their existing and prospective customer base was they didn’t know who to trust.” said Paul Emond, CEO of Versature. “Customers place a lot of faith in their MSPs and so they don’t make recommendations lightly. It’s up to us to prove to the MSP community that we are the go-to provider for hosted PBX solutions in the channel.”

MSP SupportMYMac is a Versature partner and has had great experience with its hosted PBX services. Sam Arseneau said the company recommends the solution to all its clients and has been satisfied with both support and service levels.




Edited by Maurice Nagle




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