Vendor Programs Guide
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A descriptive, comprehensive guide to the vast array of vendor programs available to VARs and channel partners.
Canonical Solution Provider Partner Program include marketing collateral, case study eligibility and more.
The three-tier GFI Reseller program include sales and technical training and certification and more.
Benefits of the Atlassian Partner Program include product discounts, priority support, training and certification, a listing on Atlassians Web site, customer referrals, demo licenses, access to logos and marketing materials, access to partner forums and advance product information.
Benefits of the three-tier (Bronze, Gold, Platinum) Alfresco Partner Network include demo software, discounts on training and certification, technical support, marketing materials, joint press releases, joint sales campaigns, joint collateral, sales and marketing training, and a listing on the Alfresco Web site.
Benefits of the two-tier (Ready Partner, Gold Partner) MECA Program include a listing in the MySQL Solutions Directory and more.
The Thawte Reseller Partner Program includes product discounts, a dedicated account management team and more.
The three-tier ZySTAR Channel Program offers a range of benefits including access to sales and marketing tools, technical training and certification, product discounts, and instant rebate programs.
The Zeus Channel Partner Program offers a range of benefits including sales leads, access to the Zeus product line, a dedicated Zeus channel contact and a Zeus Approved Channel Partner certificate.
All partners receive access to a partner portal, technical support, free self-paced technical training, free video-based training, free Web-based sales training, business development assistance and more.
Benefits of the two-tier (registered and certified) snom VAR program include use of snoms partner logo and product pictures, access to snom support, technical training, sales and marketing tools, rebate coupons, firmware updates and more.
Business owners who become exclusive Astaro partners can take advantage of the programs numerous benefits and better meet the needs of their customers with Astaros complete line of security products.
By enrolling in the Corel Partner Program, owners of small, medium, and large businesses can get the support and tools necessary to sell, implement, and integrate effective software solutions.
The Sophos Partner Program is for business owners who are looking to grow their company and take advantage of the marketing and training perks offered through the program.
N-able sells only through the channel. Its channel partners are organized into four main groups: MSP Partners, Technology Partners, Industry Partners and companies that participate in the Midmarket Partner Program.
The Samsung Power Partner Program is tiered with Platinum, Gold, Silver and Bronze levels. The program allows partners to attain levels by product categorydisplays, mobile and printers.
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