Ninjio Rolls Out New Partner Program for Security Awareness Training

Ninjio partners can choose from three tracks for sales.

Edward Gately, Senior News Editor

July 13, 2022

2 Min Read
Security Training

Ninjio, the security awareness training (SAT) provider, has launched its new partner program for integrators, consultancies, VARs, MSPs and agents.

The Ninjio Partner Program has three tracks from which a partner can choose. Partners can white-label or co-brand Ninjio solutions and support services through Ninjio Complete. Or partners may choose to sell Ninjio-branded solutions and offers via Ninjio Sell. If preferred, a partner can opt to refer their customers to Ninjio by participating in Ninjio Refer.

The program offers financial rewards, partner support, and comprehensive sales and marketing enablement. It rewards partners based on their level of investment and engagement in selling Ninjio solutions.

Qualified partners get access to the complete Ninjio partner portal. It includes resources for sales, marketing, training, program details and governance. They also receive compensation in discounts and special pricing agreements, eligibility for marketing development funds, and demand-generation tools.

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Moreover, partners benefit from co-selling with the Ninjio field team and deal registration for their sourced opportunities.

Meeting Customers’ Cybersecurity Needs

Tim Acker is Ninjio‘s vice president of global channel and alliances.


Ninjio’s Tim Acker

“The cyber threat landscape is only accelerating, and with evolving partner and customer challenges, the need to build a program to attract the best of the best of the partner community was critical,” he said. “Ninjio set out to do just that. We believe that our partners should be supported with differentiated enablement, capabilities and benefits to best support their customers, whether by reselling, referring or white-labeling Ninjio’s world-class security awareness solutions.”

Ninjio worked with JS Group, and dug in with current and potential partners for their feedback on what
mattered most to them and their customers, Acker said.

“We spent considerable time understanding how cyber-focused partners attract, sell and service clients across many different vertical markets, all with the need to address the human error element of cybersecurity risk,” he said. “That led us to create the Ninjio Partner Program – aligning both the best partner experience and differentiated customer value.”

In May, Ninjio announced that it’s partnering with TD Synnex to provide customers with access to its SAT solution. Through this relationship, solutions providers can offer the Ninjio Aware family either as a standalone solution or leverage the Ninjio Dojo platform to integrate Aware into their managed services stack.

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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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