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Iskratel to launch partner program at FTTH Conference 2017

KRANJ, SLOVENIA – Iskratel, the leading European communications vendor and solutions provider, will help operators in emerging markets become broadband leaders within their communities when it officially launches its Partner Program at FTTH Conference 2017.

The program – which has already seen collaboration with a number of companies from Europe, Asia, Africa and South America – provides support across a range of areas to enable companies to grow into market leaders by reselling Iskratel broadband products and solutions.

Using a combination of e-learning and on-site training, the program will enable partners to provide key guidance and leadership to their local markets, including sales, services and customer support.

“We’re delighted to be officially launching the Iskratel Partner Program which will enable us to offer priority support to our partners and empower them to become broadband heroes within their own communities,” said Uros Pivk, Director, Partner Sales, at Iskratel. “The program focuses on providing partners with core Iskratel products and solutions, meaning that they can take the lead as resellers, integrators or support centers.”

The program will offer four levels of certification, providing a range of support for those looking to resell, support and integrate Iskratel products and services.

“By addressing a variety of partner business models – from resellers, all the way up to certified integration partners – the program adapts to local market needs and enables the best possible support to our partners and operators,” added Kristijan Melinc, Director, Global Sales, at Iskratel.

Resellers, system integrators and support partners interested in growing their business with Iskratel broadband solutions can complete a request for partnership at iskratel.com/partnerprogram.

Iskratel will exhibit its portfolio of fiber products and networking solutions for operators at stand S14 at the FTTH Conference 2017, which will be held in Marseille from Tuesday, February 14 to Thursday, February 16.

www.iskratel.com

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