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Cloud Computing Concepts (C3) Announces Nationwide Channel Partner Program

Cloud Computing Concepts (C3), an award-winning provider of Cloud and on-site technology solutions, is pleased to announce that Denny Harabin has been named Director of Channel Sales. Denny is a seasoned telecommunications industry veteran who has previously held channel sales and management positions with leading global firms including Level 3, Global Crossing, and MCI/Worldcom. He has been tasked with the development and rollout of nationwide agent and wholesale programs for C3’s cloud-based services, disaster recovery and business continuity solutions, remote and on-site support, and the recently added portfolio of global voice and data communications services.

Denny Harabin (Photo: Business Wire)

Denny Harabin (Photo: Business Wire)

“We are thrilled to welcome Denny to our team,” said C3 CEO Rick Mancinelli. “In order to support the continued growth of our business, we understand the need to evolve from a direct sales approach to a partner-driven model. With more than 40 years of telecommunications experience, many of which included managing wholesale and channel programs, I can think of no one better suited than Denny to help lead that change.”

C3’s planned agent and wholesale programs will allow companies such as CLECs, VoIP Providers, IT Integrators, PBX Vendors and local Data Center Operators to add some or all of C3’s offerings to their existing suite of products and services. The ability to provide existing and prospective customers with a single source solution for their technology and telecommunications needs will allow C3’s partners to grow their customer base and revenue stream while simultaneously reducing customer churn.

“I am pleased to be joining C3 at what is truly an exciting time,” said Harabin. “After more than four decades with global providers, it feels great to be a part of a company that represents the next generation of voice and data communications.”

Further details on the C3 Agent and Wholesale programs will be released in the next 30 days, but current inquiries can be directed to Denny Harabin via email at [email protected] or by telephone at 330-273-0066.

About Cloud Computing Concepts (C3)

C3 provides cost-effective cloud technologies, services, and support to small and medium-sized businesses nationwide. Its unique combination of cloud-based technologies and expert onsite and remote support substantially reduce both IT-related capital investments and ongoing management costs. C3 provides on-demand access to computing resources with flexible pay-as-you-go billing. This approach immediately drives down IT costs, increases stability, enhances security and employee mobility, and ensures business continuity in the event of a disaster. CFOs benefit from C3’s fixed cost approach, while business owners and CEOs benefit from the single point of contact for all of their telecommunications and technology strategy, implementation, support and management needs. To learn more about C3 and how its unique combination of Cloud-based solutions and on-site support can help organizations grow and prosper, visit www.c3office.com or call (561) 939-4035.

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