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ReadyTalk's new partner program

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ReadyTalk is always showing our customers new ways to use our web conferencing services. Whether you are trying out teleworking, collaborating with colleagues worldwide, or hosting your own lead generation webinar series, ReadyTalk assists you with your business every day. Now ReadyTalk expands their reach with a new Partners Program.

Partners come in all shapes and sizes and we chose to develop a program that offers flexibility and suits a variety of business models. Our first recruitment push is for resellers at the upcoming Channel Partners Conference & Expo in Las Vegas, March 13 – 15. If you’re interested in adding audio and web conferencing and web events to your product offering – stop by booth 1135 and talk to Betsy, Dwight or Tracy about how ReadyTalk can help increase revenues from your existing customer base and help you gain new customers with these services. Our programs offer a full complement of sales and marketing resources and out of this world customer support. Can’t make Vegas? Check us out at ReadyTalk.com/partners.


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