Until recently, Tely Labs was focused on the consumer space. However, realizing that many of its customers were SMBs, it has made the bold move to launch a new reseller program for its new video conferencing solution for small and mid-sized businesses.
This solution, the telyHD Business Edition, was introduced last month, bringing high-quality, multi-party video calling, as well as desktop sharing and document collaboration, to businesses of all sizes.
Up until now, it’s been sold through Ingram Micro (News - Alert), D&H, and select resellers.
It’s now expected that many more will take the opportunity to become authorized resellers through its new program.
The program consists of three “tiers” of partners, from the basic authorized resellers to “Gold” distributors. This presents a great opportunity for resellers to gain a partnership with impressive profit margins, technology leadership, and commitment to the channel.
Each tier provides more benefits, giving more advantages to a reseller as it increases its performance.
Dave Crilley, VP of Enterprise Marketing for Tely Labs, will oversee the reseller program. I spoke to Crilley to discuss the program, as well as the telyHD BE, which he described as a multi-function device for conferences. With it, one can take the functionality of Skype (News - Alert) to the next level, without having to invest a massive amount of money on new hardware and add-ons (even keeping their Skype contact list).
It’s a fully-integrated platform, working on any HDTV and built on the Android (News - Alert) platform with Tely Labs’ Virtual MCU Mesh (VMM) technology. The telyHD BE can connect up to six offices at once, costing only around $500 per location.
The telyHD Business Edition is a great option for SMBs looking for high-quality video conferencing at an affordable price. From video chats to desktop and document sharing, it provides features that are in high demand without crippling prices.
It’ll now be easier to get than ever, thanks to the telyPartner Program, which is off to a good start.
Edited by Braden Becker