New channel program is a powerful collaboration to market the portfolio, expand ecosystems and build relationships
New York, NY – (January 13, 2017) – Netrality Properties, owner and operator of network-neutral carrier hotels and colocation facilities, announces the launch of its Channel Partner Program. Registered agents are enabled to sell interconnection and colocation solutions across the Netrality platform in six different markets, including Chicago, Houston, Kansas City, New York, Philadelphia and St. Louis.
Netrality Properties’ channel program is ‘channel neutral’ and does not compete with its agents or customers for complimentary services such as Dedicated Internet Access (DIA), network or managed services. Netrality provides local level support and training to registered channel partners within each facility. The program does not have a revenue commitment, and its focus is to drive agent capabilities to scope, quote and close opportunities.
“A well-structured channel program plays a vital role in building partner loyalty,” says Mary Ann Fahey, Director of Channel Development at Netrality Properties. “We already work with several of the industry’s leading agent organizations to drive revenue streams for us, our partners and to increase overall customer satisfaction.”
“Chorus Communications is excited to be a part of Netrality’s growth into the channel. Their state-of-the-art facilities and zero monthly recurring cross connections are very appealing to our clients and top producing agents,” said Daniel Cronin, President of Chorus Communications.
Multiple partnerships with top telecom master agencies, consultants and referral partners have already signed up including, Cory Communications, Global Communications Group, NEF, and Strategic Telecom Partners, Inc.
Interested agents and consultants can register to learn more about the program on our website at www.netralityproperties.com/channel_program
About Netrality Properties
Netrality Properties owns and operates network-neutral carrier hotels and meet me rooms providing a mix of retail and wholesale colocation and data center solutions driven by network-rich interconnection environments. Currently, Netrality owns and operates seven strategic network interconnection properties: 717 S Wells in Chicago, 1301 Fannin in Houston, 1102 Grand in Kansas City, 325 Hudson in New York City (owned in joint venture with Jamestown), 401 N Broad in Philadelphia and 210 N Tucker and 900 Walnut in St. Louis.
For more information on Netrality Properties, please visit www.netralityproperties.com.
Lauren Sauer Mooser