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Verizon Expands Sales Channels in Europe

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NEW YORK -- Focused on driving growth and serving a broader range of clients, Verizon Enterprise Solutions is expanding its channel program into Europe. Verizon also is enhancing its U.S. program to enable members to offer Verizon branded, enterprise-class products and services to an expanded list of clients.

For the first time in Europe, channel partners can join forces with Verizon to offer the company’s leading cloud, advanced mobility, strategic communications and intelligent networking solutions to their mid-sized client base. In the future, the Verizon Partner Program also will be rolled out into the Asia-Pacific region and Latin America.

“With a focus on better serving the needs of our clients, we are expanding our Partner Program so that enterprises can take advantage of Verizon’s next-generation services portfolio through an integrated approach to service delivery,” said Janet Schijns, vice president of medium business and channel. “Whether teaming with Verizon directly, indirectly or as a hybrid, we are enabling clients to simplify how they consume communications and IT services in a way that best meets their needs, while giving them access to the full Verizon portfolio.”

The program tailors opportunities for systems integrators, value-added resellers, agents and solution providers to meet client needs, especially those looking to tap into Verizon’s expertise in cloud, mobility and connected devices, also known as the Internet of Things. With the Verizon Partner Program, Verizon is addressing a broad range of industries, including solutions for the healthcare, financial services, energy and utility, retail hospitality, automotive, manufacturing, transportation, distribution and the public sector.

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