Mitel Names Integra Telecom Number One Dealer

Updated: January 05, 2011

Mitel Names Integra Telecom Number One Dealer

PORTLAND, Ore.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Integra Telecom Inc., a fiber-based, integrated wholesale and retail telecommunications provider for business, was named Mitel’s number one channel partner dealer, earning the diamond award for the company’s U.S. region for the eighth year in a row. Mitel is a provider of business communication solutions and applications for organizations of all sizes.

“To earn the number one channel partner distinction for eight years in a row is an incredible achievement for our company,” said Dudley Slater, CEO for Integra Telecom. “As a valued partner to Mitel, we look forward to growing our collaboration through its PARTNERprogram as we add new products and services to our lineup.”

Mitel’s PARTNERprogram provides telecom resellers with access to a comprehensive range of support programs, including sales and technical training, pre- and post-sales support, and access to around-the-clock technical support.

The award is based on Integra’s 2009 Mitel product and service purchase volume. More than 600 Mitel authorized PARTNERs in the U.S. are eligible to receive the award.

About Mitel

Mitel Networks (Nasdaq:MITL) is a global provider of business communications solutions and services, consisting of unified communications and collaboration software applications, IP telephony platforms, mobility applications and managed and network services. Mitel enables businesses of all sizes to move beyond basic fixed telephony tools toward integrated multi-media collaboration solutions, accessible from anywhere, helping to improve performance, gain competitive advantage, and reduce costs. Mitel's global headquarters are in Ottawa, Canada, US headquarters are in Chandler, Arizona and EMEA headquarters are in Caldicot, UK, with offices, partners, and resellers worldwide. For more information visit: http://www.mitel.com.

About Integra Telecom

Integra Telecom Inc. provides voice, data and Internet communications to thousands of business and carrier customers in 11 Western states, including: Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Minnesota, Montana, Nevada, North Dakota, Oregon, Utah and Washington. The company owns and operates a best-in-class fiber-optic network comprising metropolitan access networks, a nationally acclaimed Internet and data network, and a 4,700-mile high-speed long haul network. The company has earned some of the highest customer loyalty and customer satisfaction ratings in the telecommunications industry. Integra Telecom and Electric Lightwave are registered trademarks of Integra Telecom Inc. For more information, visit www.integratelecom.com.

Featured Research
  • Phone Systems Comparison Guide: VoIP for Small to Midsize Businesses

    It was a painstaking process, but to help B2B companies start 2017 off on the right foot, we recently compiled a comparative list of the top 43 small to midsize business phone vendors. more

  • 16 Mistakes to Avoid When Buying a Phone System

    Purchasing a phone system for your business is a major investment. With the average business changing phone systems only once every seven years, it’s important to make the right decision. more

  • [Infographic] Top 11 VoIP Vendors

    A good VoIP provider will offer additional benefits as well, but many first-time buyers find assessing each option to be difficult. Nevertheless, this is an important step in the buying process because a substandard provider can easily waste both your time and money. more

  • The New 2017 Phone Systems Comparison Guide

    It was a painstaking process, but to help B2B companies start 2017 off on the right foot, we recently compiled a comparative list of the top 34 business phone vendors in the world. In one, easy-to-reference location, we’ve neatly outlined the information you need. more

  • 8 Common Pain Points UC Eliminates

    Many businesses rely on a collection of communication tools that they adopt to address specific needs as they arise. This strategy may seem to work in the beginning, but eventually will lead to a system that is cumbersome to use, difficult to explain to new hires, expensive, and effective in some areas, but full of gaps. more

Related Articles