Channel Partner Program Moves, July 24
This week's moves -- from C to S -- included:
Hey Monty, who made key channel partner program deals for the week ending July 24, 2009? Here’s a look at new alliances, reseller agreements and partner program initiatives, as tracked by The VAR Guy.
This week’s moves — from C to S — included:
- Cortado, which specializes in mobile business, launched a partner program for specialty and online stores.
- Empired Ltd. has been named a NetApp Authorised Professional Service Partner for the Australian market. In that case, Authorised is spelled correctly, mate.
- Long View Systems, an MSPmentor 100 company, is now an EMC Preferred Partner for Professional Services.
- Meraki, the cloud-based wireless networking company, has inked a distribution agreement with Ingram Micro Inc.
- Onward Computer Systems has attained Gold Certified status in the Microsoft Partner Program with competencies in Networking Infrastructure Solutions and Licensing Solutions.
- Regatta Solutions, a data center infrastructure solutions provider, now offers IBM’s Integrated System Managed Services hosting option to customers.
- Spiceworks, which develops a free social IT management application for small and medium businesses, says more than 65,000 managed service providers (MSPs) worldwide now use the Spiceworks IT Desktop. Only one question: Are there really 65,000 MSPs worldwide?
- Stonebranch has launched a Global Partner Program for resellers specializing in Managed File Transfer and Job Scheduling solutions.
- Storwize, Inc., which offers online data reduction solutions, has launched the Storwize Partnerwize Program.
Whether you’re joining — or leaving — a partner program, let The VAR Guy know.