Carousel Industries: Unified communications and managed service provider Carousel Industries was awarded the “Top National Year-Over-Year Growth” award by Extreme Networks (EXTR) for its success in achieving the highest year-over-year growth among Extreme’s national partners.
Several key integrations driven by Carousel were attributed for the company’s success this year, including wireless integration for the Buffalo Bills’ Ralph Wilson Stadium, as well as a project with Extreme Networks and Oral Roberts University, according to the announcement.
"Our work with Extreme Networks is helping customers break through traditional frontiers and enabling more innovative, revenue-generating applications of wireless technology," said Brad McCain, senior director of Carousel Industries’ Data Solutions Group, in a statement. "As a company, we are very proud of what we have achieved with Extreme — but we are even more excited about what is possible moving forward as our customers take their own businesses to the next level."
Tallan: Professional services firm Tallan is the latest company to join the Dell Boomi Partner Network. The Dell Boomi Partner Program consists of a worldwide ecosystem of partners dedicated to supporting customers through the sale of cloud-based solutions.
Tallan’s status as a Dell Boomi Certified Referral Partner means the company can offer custom solutions on the Dell Boomi AtomSphere integration platform as a service, according to the announcement.
“Tallan’s extensive industry knowledge brings greater value to each enterprise integration solution we build for our customers, giving our clients a better business outcome,” said Cesar Cordero, Dell Boomi Practice Lead, Tallan. “Partnering with Dell Boomi allows us to provide solutions that enable our customers to quickly and painlessly connect any combination of cloud and on-premises applications with Dell Boomi’s cloud-based iPaaS solution.
Viavi: Network service and visibility provider Viavi Solutions debuted its new global channel partner program earlier this month in an effort to help its solution provider ecosystem increase their profits with the company.
The program, called Velocity, expands upon the company’s previous partner program with added features such as a standard three-tier architecture and new financial rewards and incentives. Partners can also take advantage of increased market development funds and a host of sales enablement tools available through a web-based partner portal, according to the announcement.
At Viavi, we're providing our partner ecosystem with the tools they need to actually grow their business - not just maintain the status quo," said Sergio Bea, vice president of Worldwide Channels at Viavi. "It's more vital than ever to equip our respected partners with ample resources to help manage the unpredictable technology changes impacting our customers.
That’s all for now, but we’ll see you back next week for more awesome partner news. Stay safe out there folks.