Lingo Announces Record Partner Channel Sales in 2020 and Expansion of Distribution Agreements

Complete Cloud/UC, Managed Services and Legacy Solutions Attracts Partners

Lingo Communications (“Lingo”), a leading global Cloud/UC and Managed Service provider, announced record sales results in its Partner Sales Channel in 2020 as well as the signing of new Distribution Agreements with several new agents and master agents across the United States.

Atlanta-based Lingo serves customers across the globe through an extensive portfolio of Communications, Cloud/UC and Managed Services. In 2020, new sales revenue from the Partner Channel increased by more than 335% compared to 2019. In addition, the number of active agents selling for Lingo increased by over 300% across more than a dozen new markets.

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In addition, Lingo also announced today a new partnership with MicroCorp, a leading national master agent for telecommunications and cloud services. MicroCorp added Lingo’s wide selection of Cloud/UC, Managed Services and Legacy communications solutions to their service offerings in Q4 ’20.

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“We are excited about Lingo’s amazing growth this past year and are very thrilled to partner with MicroCorp as a provider in their portfolio,” said Chris Ramsey, VP Sales and Marketing of Lingo. “They bring a large ecosystem of business solutions and experts and we look forward to mutual growth.”

Lingo provides Cloud/UC, Managed Services and Legacy communications solutions for small and mid to large-sized companies. “MicroCorp always has its eyes on the future of solution sales,” said Christopher Shubert, SVP of Sales for MicroCorp. “Lingo’s communications solutions are a fine addition to our solution set. We are thrilled to offer our partners and their customers the incredible business value they bring to the table.”

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