MNF's Express Virtual Meetings launches first channel program

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MNF's Express Virtual Meetings launches first channel program
Andrea Goding, Express Virtual Meetings

Australian collaboration services provider Express Virtual Meetings has launched its first partner program.

Express Virtual Meetings (EVM) is owned by MNF Group and specialises in AV conferencing solutions, including web and video conferencing.

Members of the new partner program will be able to white-label EVM’s suite of conferencing products, which includes video conferencing, video rooms, managed events and audio conferencing. Partners can bill end-customers using EVM's call detail records combined with their own billing system, or with the vendor's fee-for-service billing structure.

The program will be spearheaded by EVM sales and channel manager Kelly Matthews.

The program was aimed at anyone in the channel including resellers, systems integrators, managed services providers, IT specialists and distributors.

“Refer your customers to us as a channel partner, or sell our products and services to your customers directly,” said EVM general manager Andrea Goding.

“EVMwill manage the billing and provide 24/7/365 customer service to your customers from our Melbourne-based office. In return you enjoy upfront and trailing commissions for the life of the customer.”

MNF Group, then known as MyNetFone, bought EVM in February 2017 as part of a larger $18 million acquisition of Conference Call International, which also added the Ozlink and Eureka Conferencing brands to its stable.

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