Wireless Logic expands IoT Channel Partner Accelerator Programme

One of Europe’s leading IoT connectivity platform providers, Wireless Logic, recently launched its IoT Channel Partner Accelerator Programme to support top performing and high potential partners. The programme builds on the company’s long-term success in the channel by offering new partners routes to emerging revenue streams in a difficult climate and helping them to identify, nurture and close business in the fast-growing IoT market.

Partners in the IoT Channel Partner Accelerator Programme are allocated with a Platinum, Gold or Silver tier and benefits based on predetermined criteria including growth, performance and potential. These benefits include quarterly incentives, co-branding of Wireless Logic marketing material, dedicated Channel Manager support and training, plus exclusive sales tools. Wireless Logic dedicates time and resources to partners in the programme, whether that be through identifying opportunities or representing the partners and attending customer meetings together.

Partnerships have never been more important, especially in today’s disrupted marketplace. Together with its partners, Wireless Logic will address the important challenges and navigate the opportunities created by COVID-19 to continue providing customers with an unrivalled cellular IoT connectivity service. The new programme enhances partner opportunities and incentives, driving tighter collaboration and bridging the gap between commercial networks, such as O2 and Vodafone for rapid deployment and seamless integration.

Wireless Logic delivers a portfolio of IoT and M2M cellular connectivity services including 4G/LTE Routers and private network infrastructure. Connected assets are managed and controlled through a leading SIM management platform, SIMPro, a single window to securely manage IoT assets across any network and any number of deployments. The breadth of Wireless Logic’s resilient cellular connectivity options gives customers a wide scope of competitive and strategic IoT solutions.

“Our IoT Channel Partner Accelerator Programme has been developed to benefit our growing portfolio of partners and provide them with all the assets they need to grow their business,” comments Austin Baigrie, Channel Partner Account Manager at Wireless Logic. “Our partners are core to everything we do and a critical part of Wireless Logic’s overall growth strategy. This programme demonstrates our long-term commitment to the channel. We are determined to ensure mutual success through strong collaborative relationships and the best partner experience that drives greater customer adoption.”

Aaron Maxwell, Head of IoT/M2M at Clarity echoes this, “Clarity have found working with Wireless Logic and being a part of the Partner Accelerator Programme, extremely beneficial as their expertise has helped us uncover new opportunities and continue current customer relationships.”

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