The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf was slated to open a series new stores in Southern California in 2016 and needed more than 30 Wi-Fi circuits to support both their public Wi-Fi and POS systems in 20 days time. The company initially contracted to provide a terrestrial connection was projecting massive delays and restrictions of available bandwidth. In order to meet their quickly approaching deadlines, Coffee Bean looked to contract an outside local provider to administer a temporary solution.
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Sandler Partners gave its agents a day of education and networking in Redondo Beach, California.
The Hermosa Beach, California-based master agent hosted the Sandler Partners SoCal Summit on Oct. 25. Agents came from all over California and other states to engage in training sessions and to hear from numerous speakers. Topics ranged from SD-WAN to cybersecurity to contact center. Kevin Leonard of AT&T’s Alliance Channel and TPx Communications CEO Dick Jalkut highlighted the panel discussions.
Scroll through the gallery below and check out our recap of the summit.
GeoLinks, the California-based internet and phone provider, sponsored the summit and exhibited in the “Solutions Showcase” room. The company sells ClearFiber, a fixed wireless broadband offering, as one of its signature products. GeoLinks also offers hosted voice, Ethernet and backup circuits.
Sandler Partners invited a host of SD-WAN and networking providers on stage to take part in a lightning round. Eric Beller, senior vice president of sales, rattled off a long list of yes-or-no product questions, and the representatives raised their company logo if they checked the box on specific product features.
GeoLinks, Comcast, T-Mobile, QoS Consulting, New Business Development, Telstra, SolEx, Cox Communications, Windstream and Birch all squeezed onto the stage.