iTel Networks Partners with Advantage Communications Group
Kamloops, BC: iTel Networks Inc., a Canadian telecommunications provider and Advantage Communications Group, a leading American distributor of telecom and IT services, today announced their new partnership under iTel’s Partner Program. This new alliance allows for both companies to expand their reach and product portfolio in both Canada and the United States.
“Advantage is committed to offering the best solutions to our clients, so iTel’s Internet, WAN, and Cloud services are great additions to our portfolio,” said David Gardner, President and CEO of Advantage. The Canadian marketplace is a growing one and Advantage set their sights tapping into that market. The decision to partner with iTel came down to their product offering, support team, and level of service. “iTel is one of the only providers whose products and network architecture deliver the scalability and flexibility required to address our clients’ needs,” said Gardner. “iTel has an excellent channel support team in place and their commitment to delivering the highest level of service is completely in line with our customer experience philosophy, the choice was an easy one,” said Gene Rogers, Vice President of Marketing at Advantage.
“iTel’s goal is to break down the traditional connectivity barriers by creating the most nimble and innovative portfolio in the industry,” said Dan Rink, Chief Operating Officer at iTel. iTel has recently overhauled their Channel Program to provide the best service possible. “Our focus is on growing our network of networks to include more partnerships across the continent. We are very excited about our new partnership with Advantage and are fortunate to be part of their international provider community,” said Kelly Pritchard, National Channel Director at iTel.
Together, both iTel Networks and Advantage Communications Group offer a portfolio of products for customers with multiple locations across the US and Canada. No walls here, just seamless connectivity across all borders.