Many people are currently looking into what it takes to be a VoIP reseller these days. Why? Because the business world is excited about this business communication upgrade and is therefore talking about the fact that VoIP technology is now completely affordable for anyone who wants it. Now virtually anyone can have access to the many features that VoIP technology can now offer them and their business, which is very exciting news! But the fact that there’s still a lot to know as well as a lot to do when it comes to reselling VoIP services makes it necessary for anyone who’s interested in being a VoIP reseller to fully understand what they’re committing to.
By the year 2017, it’s predicted that the high majority of both small and medium-sized business owners will have made the necessary upgrade from their current landline system to one that now utilizes VoIP technology. What they need right now is someone who can help them understand exactly what VoIP services can do for them and their particular type of business. It’s highly likely that the majority of these business owners have been using the same business communication system for many years now, and what they need now is someone to explain to them the many benefits to be had when they sign up for high-tech VoIP services.
Because predictions are currently telling as that only about 30% of small and medium-sized business owners have currently signed up for high-tech VoIP services, this is a great time to look into some of the VoIP resell programs that are currently available.
VoIP Resell Programs
Those who are looking for some of the best VoIP resell programs that are currently available so they can compare them in order to see which one is going to work best for them are definitely on the right track. Not every potential VoIP reselling partner is going to have the same requirements when it comes to signing up with one of their VoIP resell programs, and that’s why it’s necessary to find a few different potential VoIP reselling partners and programs in order to see exactly what’s required and expected.
And remember that it’s important to find out how long your potential VoIP reselling partner has been in business, which will help to give you an idea of how much experience they have in the VoIP reselling niche.
White Label Communications
Our professional team members here at White Label Communications fully understand how important is to provide all of our VoIP partners with everything they need so they’re able to do the best job possible. We offer a number of resources that can help them achieve their reselling goals, and because our team members have many years of personal experience in the reselling niche they know exactly what you need. That’s why we’re able to provide you with a number of solutions that can help you be seen as an authority when it comes to both reselling and VoIP technology.
5 Things You Need to Know
The 5 critical areas you’re going to need to focus on when wanting to be the best VoIP reseller you can possibly be include the following:
1. Sales. Includes things like how to create the best marketing materials, how to create a SIP trunk proposal and understanding the sales process workflow.
2. Operations. Refers to understanding important documents like agreements and terms of service, the selling/managing/delivering process, the deployment processes and e-mail configurations for your customers.
3. Accounting and Billing. Includes understanding things like invoice automation, credit card processing, running accounting reports, understanding accounting software, creating new items, and entering specific codes into your legend.
4. Service Management. Includes everything you need to know about building a hosted PBX System, a sip trunking system, configuring redundancy, deploying your LAN and creating a site survey check list.
5. Best Practices. Includes understanding how to eliminate any problems that can affect the overall quality of your voice network, convert a proposal to an order, set up automatic billing, set up automatic services and how to choose the best hardware.
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