CHICAGO and LOS ANGELES – TBI, the nation’s leading technology brokerage firm, announces the addition of Broadvoice to its provider portfolio. Broadvoice enables TBI partners to simplify communications for their small and medium-sized business (SMB) clients with the award-winning Broadvoice b-hive UCaaS platform, which delivers enterprise-class features at affordable rates.
Broadvoice b-hive combines powerful cloud PBX, UC and collaboration features with a virtual call center in one platform. This is connected to Broadvoice’s secure network and hosting infrastructure, enabling SMBs to connect with customers anytime, anywhere and with any device. In response to hybrid workers’ growing demand for streamlined communications and collaboration tools, Broadvoice introduced its next-generation b-hive Communicator all-in-one communications and collaboration app. With a redesigned user experience and new video collaboration capabilities, b-hive Communicator gives workers a single app for calling, video, text, collaboration, voicemail and fax.
In addition to a comprehensive UC portfolio, the Broadvoice Partner Program offers partners an intuitive quoting tool and responsive sales support, along with generous residual commissions and industry-leading sales incentives.
“We’re excited to partner with a leading nationwide technology services distributor like TBI to deliver our cloud communications and collaboration portfolio through its extensive network of sales partners,” said Broadvoice’s Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Kim McLachlan. “TBI’s long history of solid partner relationships, particularly in the Midwest region, will enable Broadvoice to expand our reach and growth opportunities. We look forward to growing our businesses together.”
“Broadvoice’s addition to the TBI portfolio not only allows us to give our partners access to a competitive and strategic services provider, but also the opportunity to work with a company that truly cares. A huge reason why partners find themselves working with one provider over another is usually because they have such a positive experience with an individual that works at an organization – giving them a path of least resistance. CX today is less about massive programs and more about the individuals that plow the road for our partners. I am so happy that I have already established such a great relationship with Broadvoice’s Mike Gottwalt and am looking forward to TBI’s partner community experiencing a similar connection with this brand. Welcome to the team, Broadvoice,” said TBI’s VP of Global Sales, Brandon Smith.
Broadvoice simplifies communications for small and medium businesses (SMBs) by combining powerful cloud PBX, UC and collaboration features with virtual call center in one award-winning Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS) platform that delivers enterprise-class features at affordable rates. The platform is connected to Broadvoice’s secure, redundant network and hosting infrastructure, enabling SMBs to connect with customers securely anytime, anywhere and with any device. Broadvoice is ranked in the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 and Inc. 500 Fastest-Growing Private Companies in America. For more information, visit www.broadvoice.com.
TBI is North America’s largest privately held technology services distributor. Since 1991, TBI has assisted Systems Integrators, VARs, MSPs, IT consultants, developers, software distributors and more in advising and sourcing the right technology solutions. TBI serves as a partner’s advocate, ensuring the proper provisioning of cloud, internet, data, mobility, voice, and managed services from best-in-class service providers to achieve clients’ desired business outcomes. With a 75+ person back-office, TBI partners are fully supported by pre- and post-sales operations, commissions analysts and project managers. Solutions engineers and subject matter experts, along with training and an award-winning marketing team, empower its partners to be the foremost authority to advise and source all of their clients’ technology needs in over 40 countries. For more information, visit www.tbicom.com and follow TBI on LinkedIn.