Channel Partner Programs Recap: July 10
This week's moves -- from A to T -- included:
Hey Monty, who made key channel partner program deals for the week ending July 10, 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 A to T — included:
- The Autodesk Plant Solutions global network has expanded to more than 50 partners worldwide, including Hagerman & Company, one of the largest Autodesk VARs in the United States. The program includes partners that serve the plant design and engineering community.
- ECOMPEX, Inc. has joined the HP Developer & Solution Partner Program (DSPP). The HP DSPP is designed to help independent software vendors (ISVs), systems integrators, developers and consultants to work collaboratively to fulfill customer needs.
- immixGroup plans to promote FalconStor Software‘s storage technology to the government channel.
- Hostway has joined the Microsoft BizSpark program as a Network Partner. The result: BizSpark startups can receive essentially free software to run on servers leased from Hostway.
- Juniper selected Netformx as the online network configuration solution for Juniper’s Worldwide Channels J-Partner Program. The result, Netformx claims, emplowers Juniper partners to generate quotes, configurations, and facilitate advanced network designs quickly and accurately.
- OSSCube plans to provide customized SugarCRM product and training solutions to customers worldwide. Separately, OSSCube joined the Acquia Partner Program as a Gold service provider.
- QLogic, which makes network infrastructure solutions, says it has simplified its Signature Partner Program.
- Kiosk maker Source Technologies launched a new global partner program for OEMs, value-added resellers (VARs), independent software vendors (ISVs) and distributors.
- Teradici, which evangelizes the so-called “PC-over-IP” experience, has launched a partner program for value-added resellers, system integrators, and OEMs seeking to promote remote computing and virtual desktop solutions to their customers.
Whether you’re joining — or leaving — a partner program, let The VAR Guy know.