Southfield’s BullsEye Telecom to Offer Services to Clients of Arizona’s PlanetOne

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BullsEye Telecom has partnered with PlanetOne and will offer its solutions to PlanetOne customers. Stock photo

Southfield-based BullsEye Telecom, a communications solutions provider, has partnered with Arizona’s PlanetOne, an information technology channel. BullsEye will be able to offer its solutions to PlanetOne customers.

BullsEye offers software-defined networking in a wide area network (SD-WAN), voice over internet protocol (VoIP), security, internet of things, internet, managed WiFi, and traditional phone services.

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, it launched its Remote Worker Kit, which is designed to enable companies to quickly deploy technology so employees can work from home. The company said it provides secure communications, networks, and technologies to thousands of business locations across the country.

The company also offers support to its partners, including tools and product innovation. Its clients have access to project teams and engineers who know the latest technologies and provide insights and recommendations.

“We are excited to formalize and establish a relationship between PlanetOne and BullsEye to bring our technology expertise and solutions to PlanetOne …,” says David Neely, chief revenue officer for BullsEye.

PlanetOne identifies and delivers cloud-based and connectivity solutions to small and midsize businesses.

Ted Schuman, founder and CEO of PlanetOne, says Bullseye offers “one of the industry’s broadest communication solutions portfolios, they have a strong reputation for their commitment to the channel, and their team is known throughout the industry for being highly engaged in ensuring the delivery of top-rated solutions and services that create opportunity and enable partners to grow their businesses.”

In May, BullsEye announced a partnership with Sophos, a company in the United Kingdom that offers network and endpoint security. The deal expanded BullsEye’s security offerings.

Written by Grace Turner for dBusiness magazine.