Channel Partner Program Roundup: GammaTech, Intel Security, IKANOW
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GammaTech: GammaTech, a company that develops “rugged” tablets and notebooks for the public and private sector, announced the launch of their Durabook Channel Program this week. The program is expected to help GammaTech’s customers to obtain many of the same benefits and resources associated with other partner initiatives of its ilk.
Featured benefits include partnership and financial support, marketing support, and incentives and training, according to the announcement.
“GammaTech’s new channel program will allow us to work more closely with our valued distributors, resellers and partners,” said Tom Wang, GammaTech president, in a statement. “We are committed to constant improvement and I am confident this program will strengthen the added value that we are able to bring our channel partners. Our channel partners will be able to fill gaps that have occurred in the marketplace as a result of changing competitor product offerings with our new competitively priced and feature rich product line-up.”
Intel Security: Intel Security announced it has added 30 new partners to the Intel Security Innovation Alliance over the past six months, bringing the total number of members to more than 150.
Several of the new members include Aruba, Brocade, MobileIron and VMware AirWatch, according to the press release.
“In the current security environment, collaboration and integration are more important than ever to create a strong security posture,” said Tom Fountain, Intel Security’s vice president of Strategy and Business Development. “We remain committed to working across the industry to deliver solutions that detect new threats more quickly and enable automated workflows to correct issues as they arise.”
IKANOW: Open source information security analytics provider IKANOW recently launched a new channel partner program to meet growing demand for its solutions, according to the company. The program, called the IKANOW Preferred Partner Program, is meant to cater to partners serving midsized and large enterprise customers.
The program is currently available to partners in North America and is expected to expand globally over the next several months.
“Our partners are tremendously valuable to us,” said Jason Pender, senior vice president of Field Operations at IKANOW. “The IKANOW Preferred Partner Program will reward our partners for their deep security expertise with compelling margins and training, marketing tools and resources to best take advantage of the IKANOW ISA solution.”
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