With Venus Business Communications completing its transition to M24Seven following last year's acquisition, the enlarged M24Seven infrastructure services group is “promising more” to the European channel.
M24Seven offers connectivity, hosting, security and voice for SMEs. Following the expansion, M24Seven now employs 230 people across six sites including Manchester, Newcastle, London and Bucharest.
Newly appointed M24Seven channel director Will Brooks said: “Our partners will now benefit from greater innovation, better value, new ideas and a fresh approach to business. As we continue to redefine connectivity, we want to take the best aspects of all the partner programmes across the businesses which have come together to form the M24Seven you see today.”
He said: “We want to create a reseller offering which is representative of the modern world in which we operate. The pace of technology innovation today means resellers need to rely on their vendors to help them provide the best possible services and solutions.”
M24Seven now has a partnership programme with three categories - reseller, referral and wholesale. The programme promises to enable channel partners to differentiate their offering, improve customer solutions, build margins and improve their order-to-revenue time. Daniel Hughes, from former Venus Business Communication partner Connecting London, said: “We’ve always enjoyed a fantastic relationship with Venus, but the access to a wider product proposition including a proprietary wireless network and access to local loop unbundled fibre will enable us to offer so much more to our customers.”