D2iQ Unleashes First Global Partner Program

D2iQ's subscription model allows partners to build predictable, year-over-year recurring revenue.

Edward Gately, Senior News Editor

December 12, 2019

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Partner programs

D2iQ, the provider of enterprise-grade cloud platforms, has launched its first global partner program.

The D2iQ Partner Program is designed to enable cloud native growth within the channel and reseller community, the company said. The new program provides new and existing channel and resell partners with opportunities to “unlock cloud native revenue streams and extend their market reach,” it said.

Joe Taborek, D2iQ’s chief revenue officer, tells us that while his company has had a handful of global and local partners, “we are establishing a comprehensive program that provides the infrastructure needed for our existing partners to do more with us and to support more partners to come on board and build profitable practices with us.”


D2iQ’s Joe Taborek

“We are experiencing fantastic growth, and as a result we needed a partner program that can keep up with us and what our partners are asking of us,” he said. “The program is primarily for local and global channel partners, although our technology partners will see added benefit as well from this maturity.”

D2iQ is in constant feedback loops with its partners and took their input into consideration when building the program so that it delivers “both what we need and what they need to sell and transact with us efficiently,” Taborek said.

D2iQ‘s subscription model allows partners to build predictable, year-over-year recurring revenue, while the program allows partners to “separate from the competition by automating standards and infrastructure support, freeing their teams to focus on rapidly adding value,” according to the company.

“The program is designed to strengthen and empower our channel partners to expand their reach into the cloud native marketplace,” Taborek said. “Their customers are requesting more expertise in DevSecOps and cloud-native, and our upgraded capability to help them build strong practices based on our technology and expertise is accelerating that development. We’ve had great feedback that we’ve hit the mark here.”

“We are very excited about our partnership with D2iQ,” said Francisco León Martorell, COO at Keedio, an advanced D2iQ partner. “At Keedio, we have extensive experience in the deployment of big-data services, as well as a solid team of professional data scientists. We are confident that this partnership will further support digital transformation and increase the competitiveness for Spanish companies.”

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Edward Gately

Senior News Editor, Channel Futures

As news editor, Edward Gately covers cybersecurity, new channel programs and program changes, M&A and other IT channel trends. Prior to Informa, he spent 26 years as a newspaper journalist in Texas, Louisiana and Arizona.

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