Many small businesses want to get into the hosted PBX provider world, but do not want to incur the initial expense to deploy this new technology. By becoming a V1 VoIP reseller, you can start reselling cloud hosted PBX and quickly see a return on your investment when your sales numbers grow. Without incurring a huge upfront investment to deploy this technology, V1 VoIP resellers have immediate access to cloud hosted PBX for their clients.
Here are five reasons to become a V1 VoIP reseller to offer hosted PBX:
1. Solution providers will also want to consider some of the advantages offered by selling a hosted solution — the ability to establish a long-term relationship with a customer and sell complementary services.
2. Easily integrate a bit of uniqueness into your hosted PBX offering. V1 VoIP offers a complete unified communications solution, offering comprehensive channel programs that make it easy for you as a partner to get started.
3. V1 VoIP’s hosted PBX resellers will find upgrades and options a way to generate additional revenues. Some of those opportunities include up-and-coming technologies like remote control services, meeting hosting, video conferencing, virtual office services and archiving.
4. Small businesses do not need to invest in PBX hardware or on-site change management support. V1 VoIP’s hosted PBX reseller program allows resellers to purchase its services with no start-up costs, at a discount off direct retail prices, create custom packages and set their own prices for customers, including “per-seat’ fees if they so chose. This, along with the ability to customize packages for each client, enables the resellers to more effectively set and control their own profit margins as well as to serve customers with immediate needs and limited investment capital.
5. V1 VoIP recognizes the importance for resellers to provide as seamless a package as possible to their customers. The V1 VoIP white label program gives hosted PBX resellers the opportunity to further develop and maintain their brands by offering a management portal and user interface that appears as if they built and designed it themselves.