Key benefits of joining our 'Referral' option
fantastic recurring commission by promoting and endorsing our
Hosted Services to your clients, colleagues or companies that are
interested enterprise services. Make a personal introduction to us
or pass us the detail of the sales lead and we will do the
Simple revenue generation
Making contact with many clients and recommending us to them
could generate you great commission if they take any of our Hosted
service. You will earn up to 6% commission on the first years
annualised revenue for each new customer who purchases a service,
once the deal is closed.
It won’t distract you from your core business and you won’t need
to do any marketing. All it requires is for you to recognise and
pass on the opportunity.
Enhance your business relationship
We pride ourselves on our friendly, professional and customer
centric service, so your clients will be delighted with your
recommendation. It will enhance your trusted advisor relationship
with them and support the retention of your key advisor
For your Customers:
You only want to recommend the best – your reputation is at
stake. Providing your customers with the latest enterprise
technology on an affordable monthly per-user scheme ensure their
satisfaction and by making it easy to scale up or down as the
business requires them to, without the upfront investment in the
technology means you have recommended a flexible and cost effective
Let your customers enjoy the uptime of our fully redundant
systems, with multi-layered security and a large dedicated
technical support team, 24/7 x 365. Coupled with the premium
experience of dealing with a company that has established processes
and practices, ensuring that business continuity planning is always
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