Channel Program Roundup: Continuum, Tribridge, One Source Networks

Channel Program Roundup: Continuum, Tribridge, One Source Networks

This week's Channel Partner Program Roundup features the latest news from Continuum, Tribridge and One Source Networks.

Howdy, Pardners, and welcome back to the roundup. This week we wrangled up the latest developments from our pals at Continuum, Tribridge and One Source Networks (OSN) for your perusal. Let’s jump right in.

Continuum: IT services solution provider Continuum has appointed Steve Cardillo as vice president of Corporate Development, responsible for expanding on his current role in driving the company’s future development and acquisition strategy as well as continuing to build relationships with technology partners.

Cardillo joined Continuum in 2011 after helping to source the investment opportunity for Summit Partners, a Boston-based equity firm, according to the announcement. Since then he has helped create relationships between Continuum and technology partners such as LogMeIn and Webroot, in addition to leading the company’s acquisition of R1Soft last year.

“In addition to leading business development and acquisitions, Steve has brought a transformative, metrics-driven approach to the entire business ­ a completely new way of thinking that has enabled us to predict performance with an extraordinarily high degree of accuracy ­ quarters and years ahead,” said Michael George, CEO at Continuum, in a statement. “I am grateful to have someone of Steve’s unique set of skills on my team.”

Tribridge: Netsuite (N) has added business applications and cloud solution services firm Tribridge as a member of the NetSuite Solution Provider Program. The company said it plans to focus its NetSuite practice on the healthcare and professional services industries.

Tribridge has also added NetSuite’s cloud business management platform to its ERP, CRM and talent and learning management portfolio, making it the company’s first public cloud ERP offering. It will utilize its applications and infrastructure expertise to power cloud-to-cloud integrations between NetSuite and Microsoft (MSFT) Azure and Office 365, according to the announcement.

“Tribridge’s growth strategy is centered around putting the power of choice in the hands of customers and helping them develop an integrated cloud solution that connects application workloads in a way that best fits their needs,” said Tony DiBenedetto, Tribridge chairman, CEO and co-founder. “Our focus on developing industry solutions based on best-of-breed technologies aligns with NetSuite’s commitment to offering midmarket customers a scalable, innovative ERP solution that effectively addresses their specific business challenges.”

OSN: Unified communications, managed network and technology lifecycle services partner One Source Networks has been named one of Inc. Magazine’s 5,000 fastest-growing private companies for 2015, marking the fifth consecutive year the company has made the list.

This year OSN landed at 1,954 on the Inc. 5000 list. The company dropped 208 spots from its ranking as 1,746 in 2014.

“It is a tremendous honor to be included on the Inc. 5000 for the fifth year in a row,” said Ernest Cunningham, chief executive officer at OSN. “This ranking illustrates One Source Networks’ commitment to continually evolving to meet the needs of its customers.”

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