Channel Partner Program Roundup: MokaFive, Intermedia, Stonefly
The cows have gotten loose again, so it’s time for another Channel Partner Program Roundup, our weekly collection of channel partner news without all the fluff. This week we’ve got news from MokaFive, Intermedia and Stonefly, so grab your bridle reins and let’s get to the roundup.
MokaFive: The any-device secure access vendor has launched a new partner program that gives resellers access to its entire line of offerings and a comprehensive set of sales, marketing, training and technical resources.
The MokaFive partner program features three tiers and provides access to resources depending on a reseller’s overall sales volume and participation. All members get access to the online Partner Portal that gives resellers 24/7 access to MokaFive, and partners can sell MokaFive software as standalone solutions or integrated with hardware and services.
“We designed the program to make it as easy as possible for our partners to get up a running quickly, enabling them to do what they do best: support their customers with value-added solutions. We’re committed to making it increasingly faster and easier for our partners to work with MokaFive,” said Bill Thompson, vice president, Worldwide Channel and Sales at MokaFive.
Intermedia: The SMB cloud services provider and self-acclaimed largest Microsoft Exchange hosting provider has added two new vice presidents to its ranks: Connie Adcock, a customer service executive formerly with 1-800-Flowers and National Car Rental, joins as vice president of client services, and Luis Curet, a sales and business development executive formerly with M86 Security and Rainbow Technologies, joins as vice president of direct sales.
As vice president of client services, Adcock is responsible for Intermedia’s global technical support team where she will evolve and scale Intermedia’s global customer service organization. She was senior vice president of Customer Service at 1-800-Flowers and vice president of Global Customer Contact at National Car Rental.
As vice president of direct sales, Curet will be tasked with providing senior leadership of the direct sales organization. While senior vice president of the Americas at M86 Security, the company recognized a four-fold increase in revenue before being acquired by Trustwave.
Stonefly: The VM software developer is doing its part to help find a cure for breast cancer — until Sept. 30, 2012, the company will donate 100 percent of the purchase price of its Storage Concentrator Virtual Machine (SCVM) offering to Support, Treatment, Awareness, and Research (STAR) for Breast Cancer.
Breast cancer claims over 40,000 lives in the United States each year, yet many of these deaths are preventable. StoneFly is proud to join with STAR to help educate, treat and support victims of breast cancer.
And that’s the end of the trail for this week’s Channel Partner Program Roundup. Join us next week as we attempt to once again herd a passel of channel news. Until then, stay tall in the saddle.