Leading wholesale telecommunications service provider, Partner Wholesale Networks (PWN), today announced it is launching a new program to attract quality sales partners to its national distribution model.

Co-Managing Director, Graeme Kelly, said that the company was looking to ramp up significantly in the coming year to leverage the significant shift in the market toward Cloud and UC services. “Our new partner program has evolved from significant experience gained over 20 years of working with a diverse group of partners from top telco sales performers looking to launch their own businesses, to exceptional SP’s seeking a quality alternative wholesale partner.”

The program offers the best in terms of account management, marketing, product range and support of any program on the market.

“We have the strongest track record in the industry for providing the best pre and post-sales support partners need to operate a successful ICT business,” said Graeme. “Our Tier 1 wholesale suppliers are numerous and the product suite we offer incorporates the enterprise-grade voice, unified communications, data and cloud products that enable our partners to compete along with the best pricing to help win those end user customers.

We understand the challenges our partners are going to face, we have had to do it ourselves! We have the proven track record of success and the demonstrated capabilities you need to succeed in the market.”

The shift to Cloud is significantly impacting the IT&T market in Australia as companies realise they can build the solution that is right for their business now and can scale for the future with a pay-as-you-go model that provides freedom, flexibility and lower costs. This is putting enormous pressure on the traditional industry and overall the growth in the provision of traditional telecoms services is stagnating[1].

“PWN is perfectly positioned to help our partners leverage this shift away from traditional telco service providers. We have always been able to deliver a greater depth and breadth of products and services than any other provider in the industry. What’s more we offer live, and more specifically, local support and we have an excellent track record with over 20 years experience as service providers,” said Graeme.

[1] Paul Budde Australia – Telecoms Market Analyses – Top Trends Moving into 2017