COLOTRAQ™, The Telecom Marketplace, Launches the Most Lucrative Referral Program in the Industry

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Telecom B2B marketplace pioneer provides a unique opportunity for referring partners by combining the telecom industry's top referral commissions with access to its unrivaled global network of participating vendors.

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Because our marketplace is so comprehensive and our customer service and follow-up is so effective, our referral program is able to combine the highest commissions with the greatest number of closed deals. That means the best return for the referring partner. It's not often that such little effort pays off in such great rewards. It's practically a free lunch.

Under COLOTRAQ's newly launched referral program, COLOTRAQ will pay a percentage of monthly recurring fees for two years for any business closed from referrals to its telecom marketplace. There are no quotas or commitments and the program is non-exclusive.

But it is the depth and breadth of the COLOTRAQ telecom marketplace that make the program truly unique. Connectivity, colocation, managed services or equipment, COLOTRAQ's footprint is worldwide. No matter how specialized, technical and specific or complex and diverse, virtually any client, with any telecom need, can be referred without further qualification. Moreover, the referring partner stands to benefit from all the cross-sell business generated when the deal closes.

Within one business day of receiving the referral, a COLOTRAQ Client Support Specialist contacts the client to discuss his needs and provide free consultation, if required. Within two business days, the client receives quotes and proposals from several service providers who offer solutions that meet his requirements. Since the client has a choice of providers competing for his business, referring a lead to COLOTRAQ is much more likely to result in a closed, commission-generating deal than if the referring partner had sent the lead directly to only one provider.

According to Dany Bouchedid, COLOTRAQ CEO, "Because our marketplace is so comprehensive and our customer service and follow-up is so effective, our referral program is able to combine the highest commissions with the greatest number of closed deals. That means the best return for the referring partner. It's not often that such little effort pays off in such great rewards. It's practically a free lunch."

About COLOTRAQ
COLOTRAQ, the only neutral B2B marketplace for procuring colocation services, dedicated hosting, bandwidth, dark fiber and managed services, is always free. The company currently has aggregated over 411 service providers covering over 1,100 cities across 221 countries and can instantly match customer requirements from a single rack to thousands of square feet of Internet data center space and related bandwidth, dark fiber and managed services. COLOTRAQ's Real Estate Division offers professional real estate brokerage services real estate to enterprise clients, including: facilities qualification and acquisition services of data centers, switching and routing facilities, and point of presence (POP) sites; comprehensive premarket analysis leading to optimal site selection; expert lease negotiation; and asset valuation and disposition.

For more information about COLOTRAQ, visit http://www.colotraq.com or e-mail info @ colotraq.com

About Interaqt
Interaqt, COLOTRAQ's parent company, specializes in the procurement, design and build of colocation facilities, providing true end-to-end network facilities development and deployment solutions to Internet access providers, carriers and colocation providers. Entering its seventh year of operations, the NJ-based company has assembled an extensive network of partnerships and alliances that allows Interaqt to deliver turnkey solutions worldwide, including facilities procurement (site acquisition), engineering & design, build (construction management) and systems integration for internet access providers (such as ISPs, colocation providers, carrier neutral facilities providers, CLECs, web hosts, wireless ISPs and Telcos) that need to develop their physical network infrastructure (POPs, data centers, web hosting, switching and colocation facilities).

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