Business Telecoms Provider HighNet Awarded Platinum Partner status with UCaaS partner Gamma

HighNet Telecoms has been awarded Platinum Partner status by UCaaS partner Gamma.

Forming a relationship in 2002, HighNet are a long standing Gamma partner and have been heavily involved in selling Horizon to their varied customer base since launch. In early 2020 HighNet surpassed 10,000 active subscribers on the Horizon platform, a fantastic milestone and a testament to the long-established partnership. HighNet has very high expectations in service proven by the way they support their customers and build close relationships with their partners.

To gain Platinum Partner status, HighNet needed to meet a number of high-level objectives and requirements. This achievement gives HighNet access to a host of additional benefits including; training, support and premium marketing packages.

David J Siegel of HighNet commented on this achievement:

“The HighNet team is  delighted to be awarded Platinum Partner status by Gamma. Since 2002 we have enjoyed a collaborative relationship with Gamma and during recent turbulent times have seen just how much our partnership adds true value to businesses right across the UK. Hitting over 10,000 subscribers on the Horizon platform was down to the combination of a lot of hard work along with a great hosted telephony solution– so well done everyone!

Thanks to Gamma for the recognition, we can’t wait to make use of the fantastic benefits of becoming a Platinum Partner.”

 

Daryl Pile, Managing Director – Channel at Gamma, said of HighNet’s recent achievement:

Gamma is delighted to welcome HighNet onboard as a Platinum Partner.

Over the many years we have worked together, Gamma has seen first-hand HighNet’s commitment to providing a seamless experience for their customers. In recent times, as the UK was forced into lockdown, Gamma and HighNet worked side by side to deliver an agile, remote working solution Horizon Collaborate, to more than 2,400 customers. We look forward to an exciting future and a continuation of being part of the HighNet family.”