TelePacific establishes new channel partnership with Outreach Technology

TelePacific is expanding its service reach by entering into a partnership with Outreach Technology, a national master agent.

Under the terms of the agreement, Outreach's sales partners will be able to sell TelePacific's suite of IP, voice, data and Internet services.  

Outreach Technology's channel partners will be able to access all of TelePacific's business communications services and products, Web portal, and its pricing quotes tool and channel support teams.

The upside for TelePacific here is a way to create greater brand awareness for businesses looking for alternative service sources. By establishing this partnership with Outreach, TelePacific's services will be sold through a nationwide network of independent technology partners.  

"Our agreement with Outreach gives us added exposure and provides us with a substantial sales distribution opportunity," says Ken Bisnoff, TelePacific's channel chief in a statement.

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