Star2Star Communications, developers of “The World’s Most Scalable Cloud Communications Solution,” today announced that the company is featured in The Channel Company’s prestigious CRN™ 2015 Network Connectivity Services Partner Program Guide (PPG), which recognizes the service providers and technology vendors whose proven offerings provide the secure network connectivity solutions required by today’s digital marketplace.
“Partnerships between IT solution providers and the telecom industry’s master agents and voice and ISPs are needed now more than ever as customers demand a single provider for their voice, data and Internet needs”, said Michelle Accardi, Chief Marketing Officer at Star2Star. “We’re proud to be recognized as one of the companies who are building the bridges to facilitate IT-telecom convergence and bringing together the many moving parts involved”, she continued.
Founded in 2006 in Sarasota, Florida, Star2Star Communications delivers the World’s Most Complete and Scalable Cloud Communications Solution. Star2Star’s award-winning, patent-pending Constellation™ Network overcomes the reliability and quality limitations of other communications technologies.
In the past four years, Star2Star was named to the Forbes Most Promising Companies list, the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 three times, and the Inc. 500|5000 four times. Star2Star also recently received Inc. Magazine’s Hire Power Award honoring the top private business job creators in the country. The company was recognized by Gartner in their 2014 Magic Quadrant for Unified Communications as a Service, and was named by Infonetics as a Top 10 Hosted Business VoIP/UC Provider.
Star2Star Communications solutions are sold through a diversified network of partners that include distributors, master agents, managed service providers and certified installing dealers. Available across North America, Star2Star systems are used by hundreds of thousands of business users, including large national chains with multi-location communications footprints.
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