RCN Business signs Intelisys to its growing agent program

RCN Business has taken another step forward with its channel strategy for the business customers it serves by naming Intelisys to its agent program.

RCN Business' agent program provides its select national and regional telecom agents and systems integrators with the resources and support to sell the service provider's portfolio of IP-based data and voice communications services to enterprise and small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs).

Under the terms of the new agent agreement, Intelisys will offer RCN Business services to its Sales Partners, enabling Sales Partners to integrate RCN Business services into their value-added IT bundle, as part of their total client solutions.

Robert Roeder, EVP and Chief Development Officer at RCN, said in a release that its partners, master agents and sub agents can get fiber deployed to their customers' locations within "21 days."

Besides Intelisys, RCN business has established partnerships with a host of master agents such as BCM One, Glacier Communications, NEF and TeleDomani.

The service provider officially announced its agent program covering agents all of its markets, including Boston, Chicago, Lehigh Valley (Pa.), New York City, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C., in January.

For more:
- see the release

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