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RabbitRun is part of the Gentek Technology Hub at the Canadian Channel Partners Conference to take place on May 18-19, 2022. To learn more about RabbitRun and its amazing array of products, visit the Canadian Channel Partners Conference.
197.9 percent of employer businesses in Canada are SMBs. 274% of SMB owners say they will offer their employees the chance to continue working remotely. Clearly remote working, that started as an interim solution to minimize the lockdown damage, is a trend that is here to stay. The reason for this changed perception is the volatile situation in which the world is forced to do business in. With restrictions changing every other month, complete return to in-person workplace is not going to happen soon. The innovations and technological progresses made in remote workplace communication and collaborations has only made it easier for businesses of all sizes to embrace the new ways. And the last 2 years experience has helped business owners get rid of misconceptions about remote working such as in employee accountability and productivity.
While adoption of remote working is helping SMBs overcome critical challenges set-off by the pandemic, it has also helped expose limitations that have been often overlooked. Remote working has increased dependency on home internet connectivity which is extremely unreliable. And the enterprise – grade connectivity solutions available for businesses are still vastly unaffordable for SMBs and home workers.
This is the gap that RabbitRun strives to fill. RabbitRun’s (RRT) SOHO SD-WAN router is a platform that provides business communication for Small Office and Home Office (SOHO) remote workers. It’s integrated 4GLTE capabilities make it an ideal back-up option for SMB and Remote workers that face unreliable internet connection. It’s advanced quality of service (QoS) prioritizes critical business applications over non-mission critical traffic. And its failsafe advantage ensures uninterrupted audio/ video meetings whenever the internet fails-over from one provider to another thereby offering enhanced reliability. It’s stateful firewall protects the network via intelligent filtering policies. And its jump service enables quick technician access and faster installation time.
RabbitRun has been recognized for its quality and innovation by several leading establishments in recent times. RabbitRun was founded in 2017 by Pat Saavedra and it is now led by its CEO, Eric Hernaez.
About the Partner Program
RabbitRun offers its Channel Partners, an easy to deploy solution that reduces support costs, increases reliability, and improves customer satisfaction. Partners resell the ‘as-a-Service’ SOHO SD-WAN solution, which includes the hardware and licenses as well as optional 4G LTE data plans for the built-in cellular modem. The service is packaged as a monthly recurring plan, which is field upgradable including the addition of 4G LTE backup services.
Its lower cost of entry, simple deployment and reduced monthly license fee makes it attractive for partners and end customers. It is a solution that is easy to install, manage and support.
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RabbitRun in Canada
Gentek, 30+year old connected distributor for voip, broadband and networks, is RabbitRun’s Canadian distributor. Canadian businesses interested in reselling RabbitRun solutions can contact John Williams, VP Sales – Gentek. Here’s what John has to say about RabbitRun solutions,
For more information about RabbitRun, its products and channel partner program, contact Brad Fischer, VP Channel Sales & Marketing, 727-390-3389 | 647-417-4902, Brad@rabbit.run. Or visit http://www.rabbit.run/ and follow on LinkedIn and Twitter.
1Canada’s Key Small Business Statistics — 2021 (Key Small Business Statistics — 2021 – SME research and statistics), 22021 BDC study titled ‘What’s next for remote work?’ (30053-remote-work-study.pdf (bdc.ca)