OneNet releases brand new partner portal

In line with today’s world of immediate requirements for services, OneNet has announced the release of a brand new partner quoting and provisioning portal.

Revealed to Techday by the company’s National Sales Manager Steve Victor, this now allows OneNet’s Business Partners to quote and provision the full suite of OneNet cloud services on demand.

“The provisioning portal allows OneNet partners to add services to existing or new clients, create new quotes, provision existing quotes or services as trials or new live accounts,” Victor says.

“Our partners gain all this functionality with the flexibility to save their quotes in progress and come and go as they please.

“Our new portal has become a vital tool for our partners to get the information they require quickly and accurately.”

Based on a Windows 8 theme and the ability to self-service requests like password resets and adding new contacts, Victor says OneNet has provided partners with a familiar and user friendly experience.

Designed with productivity in mind, OneNet has been developing the portal for an extended period of time to ensure it meets the required functionality, with the company continuing to enhance and upgrade the services offered for all of business partner to use.

If you’re not presently a business partner of OneNet and are interested in becoming one, please contact a OneNet Relationship Manager sales@OneNet.co.nz or 0800 OneNet (66 36 38).

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