SaaS, otherwise known as Software as a Service, is continuing to grow in its popularity. For many years the high majority of small and midsized business owners used a landline in order to communicate with the outside world. Then when the costs of updating a communication system with VoIP technology began to lower just a few short years ago, these owners jumped on board and began to get rid of their limiting landline so that they could now get access to high-tech VoIP services.
Today, about half of these business owners are currently using a VoIP based communication system. And they're extremely excited about all of the beneficial communication services they now have access to, which are adding tons of value to their company.
The year 2014, and so far this year, we continue to see a steady increase in the usage of unified communications. What business owners are now reporting is they're highly enjoying the fact that they now have access to so many SaaS applications. In fact, more than half of all US based internet technology professionals are now using some type of SaaS application. And by the end of the year, almost another 15% of these IT professionals will also be using SaaS applications.
So why is unified communications growing at such a fast and strong rate these days? Mainly because business owners want to have access to the new technologies that can help them keep their business running as efficiently as possible.
SaaS is Growing
Although many people want to be a VoIP reseller so they can resell VoIP services to the small and medium-sized business owners who are still utilizing a limiting landline, the option to resell cloud communication services is available, too. And because this is just the beginning of helping business owners create a unified communication system, the decision to also resell cloud services is definitely a good one.
Because there's a bit of a difference when it comes to reselling VoIP services and reselling cloud communication services, mainly because they're two different service models, it's essential for you to understand what it takes to resell both successfully. Because SaaS is still a fairly new service model, many owners aren't quite familiar with everything that this platform can offer their business. This makes it necessary for you to be trained in both reselling VoIP services and reselling cloud communication services.
Why You Should Become a VoIP Reseller
So why should you become a VoIP reseller? Because right now we're at the cutting edge when it comes to helping small and medium-sized business owners update their landline based business communication system. Now that VoIP technology is completely affordable, these business owners are actively looking for the best VoIP reseller so they can make this essential communication upgrade.
And this is only the beginning. SMBs that have already signed up for VoIP technology are getting the edge they need right now so they can make their business stand out from the rest of those within their niche. Adding Saas options can help them add even more value…
And now that more information about SaaS is becoming more readily available, these business owners are now ready to look into what options are available to them when signing up for cloud communications. That means that the high majority of business owners are currently in need of a professional VoIP reseller who can help them understand which of the VoIP services and cloud communication services are best going to serve their particular business needs.
Private Label Reselling Program
We created a Private Label Reselling Program that will take you through everything you need to know in order to be seen as an authority in this specialized communication niche. Really! If you want more information about how you can partner up with us so we can help you be successful in your reselling VoIP venture, be sure to contact us today.
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