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iQ Solutions Group Reaches Silver-level Channel Partner Status with Avaya


August 14, 2013

iQ Solutions Group (iQSG), a provider of converged communications, managed services and data center and cloud-based solutions, claimed that it has earned the Silver-level channel partner status with Avaya.

The company asserted that it is a tribute to its clients and team as it attained this distinction within 18 months of inception into the Avaya partner program.

Karl Soderlund, vice president of Avaya U.S. Channels, remarked, “The Avaya Connect partner program helps us achieve our goal of driving consistent, high-quality communications experiences for customers. iQSG helps us extend our reach to businesses, enabling companies to benefit from an array of end-to-end communications that bring real-time collaboration and customer experience management to the next level. This reaffirms the hard work iQSG has done to enhance great customer satisfaction.”

Officials with iQSG exclaimed that they are excited about their relationship with Avaya and their continued growth with their partnership. The company’s promotion to Silver status is a demonstration of its commitment to its clients and Avaya of its continued success to deliver high grade unified communications, contact center and video solutions to the market.

Avaya asserted that along with its authorized distributors, the company is ready to deliver the solutions, training, tools, programs and resources one needs to close more business and exceed customer expectations. In order to attract established organizations with dedicated sales, technical and marketing resources, the company launched the Avaya Connect partner program.

iQSG was proclaimed as the Silver partner after it met rigorous service delivery and customer satisfaction criteria, and showcased its capability to develop comprehensive marketing plans and meet annual revenue commitments for the sale of Avaya solutions and services. Avaya understands the multi-vendor nature of present-day markets.




Edited by Alisen Downey




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