Pete Engler

Channel Marketing Manager

About the Author

Pete Engler is the Channel Marketing Manager at Digium. He joined the company in 2008 as the Product Manager for Asterisk hardware products before moving to Marketing. Prior to Digium, he served as a Product Manager in the Enterprise and SMB teams with Avocent Corporation, Applications Engineering at ADTRAN and 10 years in Information Technology as a Desktop and Network Administrator. As Channel Marketing Manager, Pete is responsible for channel marketing and lead gen programs for Digium’s worldwide network of partners, as well as marketing campaigns that continue to drive demand for Digium’s portfolio of telephony products, including Switchvox Unified Communications phone systems and Switchvox Cloud; and products for custom communications projects with open source Asterisk.

5 Common Channel Program Resources To Help Resellers

By Pete Engler

The vendors whose products and services you sell may have a treasure chest of resources just waiting to be utilized within your organization. After all, why invest in marketing or

Outstanding Channel Partners: 2016 Pinnacle Awards

By Pete Engler

It’s that time of year again, when we announce the winners of Digium’s Pinnacle Awards. We take great pride in our channel, and we know that our partners are the

Choosing The Right UC Features for Your Business

By Pete Engler

This week, I’m headed to the Channel Partners Conference and Expo in Las Vegas. Not only am I looking forward to meeting existing partners and prospective cloud agents (be sure to

What Role Do Resellers Play in the Innovation-to-Market Decision Process?

By Pete Engler

Technology can make your customers productive, save them money, and help them stay ahead of the competition. The right technology, introduced to the market at the right time, can also

Love It or Hate it, the Desk Phone Has Its Place

By Pete Engler

As BYOD (bring your own device) and the remote workforce continue to gain popularity in the business environment, it’s tempting to knock desk phones off the list of essential tools