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Bright House Networks inks channel partnership with Intelisys

Wed, 04/30/2014 - 5:43pm
Mike Robuck

Bright House Networks has signed a strategic channel partnership agreement with technology services distributor Intelisys.

As part of the agreement, Intelisys’ network of more than 1,200 downstream partners, consisting of sub agents, solution providers and cloud-focused partners, will be able to offer Bright House Networks’ voice, Internet, and advanced managed services.

“We are pleased that Intelisys has signed on as one of the first Master Agents for our new Channel Partner program,” said Craig Cowden, chief network officer and senior vice president of Enterprise Solutions, Bright House Networks. “Intelisys offers industry-leading, comprehensive support and service throughout the entire sales process, and we are thrilled to be working with their network of partners as we continue to grow our commercial business.”

Intelisys is a technology services distributor of business communications services including voice, data, access, cable, collaboration, wireless and cloud.

“Bright House Networks’ advanced communications, networking services and their top-notch customer service stand above the crowd.  We are thrilled to have them as part of the Intelisys portfolio,” said Rick Ribas, Intelisys’ vice president of partner sales for the East.  “Our sales partners are excited about the outstanding growth opportunity this presents. This partnership gives our Sales Partners the extensive fiber footprint and the quality of service they need to confidently reach more customers and provide more value to the community."

Earlier this month, Bright House Networks announced it had signed a strategic channel partnership agreement with Converged Network Services group (CNSG), which is a telecommunications and data center consulting firm and master agent based in Charlotte, N.C.

 

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