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SAS and BT sign a new 2 year Indirect Partner Sales Agreement to deliver Hybrid WAN Managed Networks

SAS has re-signed a new two year BT Indirect Partner Sales (IPS) Agreement with BT. This allows SAS to continue providing customers with BT's voice and data services, as well as using BT systems to manage services in-life and handle any delivery and service issues arising.

SAS has been a fully-fledged authorised BT IPS partner for over 16 years and has won BT partner of the year awards 5 times since 2011.

During this time SAS has delivered and supported over £100m of managed networks contracts across all vertical markets, including international networks in which it specialises. 

BT IPS Partners help BT Business extend its reach and capabilities by integrating BT’s portfolio into their own specialised services, which they then sell to their own customers. As a partnership, we're able to make a real difference to our customers' experiences through enhanced support and delivery. Partners, just like BT, are committed to putting the customer first.

Charles Davis, CEO, said: "Businesses are increasingly turning to SDN, SD-WAN and NFV to create Hybrid WANs that deliver high performance at lower costs. Hybrid managed networks involve multiple technologies and multiple carriers, so businesses look to partners like SAS to handle the greatly increased complexity.  SAS is one of the most experienced Hybrid WAN suppliers, and the extension of our BT IPS contract keeps us at the forefront of providing the multiple-carrier networks that businesses need today."

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The meaning of the word partner or partnership in this communication is governed solely by the terms of the commercial agreement(s) and/or arrangements in place between BT and its partners. It does not give rise to a partnership as defined by the Partnership Act 1890 and any such meaning is expressly rejected by BT and its partners.

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