Connect Booster has introduced a new program aimed at turning users of its payments processing and management platform for MSPs into resellers of the service as well.
Headquartered in West Fargo, N.D., Connect Booster makes an automated billing solution designed to help companies invoice clients more easily and get paid more quickly. The company’s new reseller program pays MSPs who utilize Connect Booster themselves to promote the system to their end users.
“Every MSP has business-to-business clients that need to accept payments,” observes Ryan Goodman, Connect Booster’s president. Selling them Connect Booster, he continues, benefit them, the MSP, and Connect Booster itself.
“They completely leverage our sales, marketing, as well as support efforts, and for us, we’re getting access to a client that we probably would’ve never talked to,” Goodman says.
Participants in the new program collect 15 percent of the fees Connect Booster charges its customers for the transactions it processes. “We bring them into that recurring revenue stream,” Goodman says.
Any MSP that uses Connect Booster is eligible to become a reseller of the service.
Growing rapidly, Connect Booster plans to move into a new headquarters early next year. “We’re busting at the seams for space,” explains Goodman, who notes that the new 35,000 square foot, three-story facility the company is currently constructing will not only contain room for expansion but employee amenities like an indoor basketball court and gym.
“The idea is if you take care of your people really well, your people will take care of your customers really well, because they’re happy,” Goodman says.
Connect Booster will also be the first billing vendor to provide self-serve payments functionality for end users via the new customer portal that ConnectWise previewed at IT Nation Connect last week.
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