Channel Connect, the Industry’s premier channel networking event, took place between October 12-14th, 2016. For three exciting days in Napa, CA, Intelisys’ top producing Partner and Supplier community converged to discuss new and improved avenues toward business best practices, and collectively celebrate the success of top performers in the Cloud and telecom industry.
Total Product Marketing is Intelisys’ premier marketing business partner and our own Dean Ara and Lisa Eyo attended the event. As channel organizations are critical to the growth of the Cloud, TPM is excited to be working with the leading Cloud and telecom providers in the Intelisys community.
Some highlights of the event:
From the Blog
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