Channel Partner Program Roundup: Ansible, Corvisa, Broadview Networks
Welcome back to Channel Partner Program Roundup, loyal readers. This week we’ve got the latest news from Ansible, Corvisa and Broadview Networks, so let’s dig in.
Ansible: IT automation solution provider Ansible launched the Ansible Partner Program this week to help enterprises manage their infrastructure.
The program is available for channel partners in North America and Europe. It is also expected to provide OpenStack customers with additional support for its solutions, including Ansible Tower, the company’s commercial offering.
“Many of OpenStack’s customers use Ansible’s core open source technology, but are eager to have more interoperability and support with Ansible and Ansible Tower,” said John Ryan, head of Channels and Business Development at Ansible, in a statement. “By establishing a formal partner program, we provide all parties involved with the ability to develop joint go-to-market initiatives and benefit from a higher degree of visibility into the Ansible ecosystem.”
Corvisa: Cloud communications provider Corvisa signed a deal with telecom master agency Telarus to make its SaaS-based cloud contact center and communications solutions available as part of the Telarus cloud portfolio.
The partnership is expected to expand Telarus’ cloud-based telecom offerings, providing channel partners with more sales opportunities.
"It's exciting to partner with an organization that shares our devotion to cloud and platform technologies," said Jon Heaps, senior vice president of Global Channel Sales at Corvisa. "Telarus and Corvisa are equally passionate about helping businesses find technology solutions that truly enhance operational processes and the customer experience, which provides a solid foundation for a long-lasting partnership."
Broadview Networks: Communications and information technology services provider Broadview Networks will provide its OfficeSuite portfolio to TBI, a Chicago-based master agent, through a new partnership.
The OfficeSuite portfolio includes OfficeSuite Phone, a cloud-based unified communications system, as well as OfficeSuite HD Meeting, hosted email services and private cloud services, respectively.
“We are excited to be working with TBI and its hundreds of technology providers nationwide,” said Mario DeRiggi, Broadview’s executive vice president. “TBI’s commitment to service and helping businesses grow through the use of technology perfectly aligns with our offering of cloud-based services and corporate mission.”
That’s all for now, but you can bet your bottom dollar we’ll be back next Thursday with more up-to-the-minute channel partner news. Until then, stay safe out there.