PartnerWorld, the three-tier IBM Business Partner program, offers a range of benefits, starting at the Member level with information and enablement tools.
Location: Armonk, N.Y.
Annual Revenue: $95.8 billion
Program: IBM PartnerWorld
Product/Technology: IT products and services
Contact: (800) 426-9990
PartnerWorld offers a three-tier structure: Member, Advanced and Premier. Participants are referred to as IBM Business Partners. The program offers a range of information and enablement tools, including tiered discounts, qualified leads, deal registration, financing, promotions, rebates, market specific promotions, training, certification, sales and technical support. Advancement from tiers is based on solutions expertise and skills attained. Partners use MDF for advertising, promotions, events and market research.
Program Web Page: http://www.ibm.com/partnerworld/
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