Nathan Eddy

April 20, 2012

1 Min Read
AccuProcess Launches Partner Program for Business Process Modeling

Business process management software can help businesses streamline operations and remove bottlenecks, as well as analyze these processes to adjust to a growing company. In an effort to help resellers tap into this market, AccuProcess just launched a partner program for its Business Process Modeler, a business process modeling software product.

Partners gain access to the Partner Portal with sales tools such as presentations, videos, e-mail templates, free product and market training, sales leads from AccuProcess assigned to partners by territory, deal registration that includes increased presale discounts and protected accounts and Not-For-Resale access to the Expert edition of AccuProcess for internal use.

The company is also offering a “Jump Start Bonus” with earnings of 10 percent extra for all deals registered within the first 90 days.

VARs can add on consulting services to help their customers make use of the data collected by the software, said AccuProcess president Deepak Singh.

“A lot of companies do not have expertise in this area, so they have experts come in and facilitate documentation of the processes,” he said. “Most software so far is very hard to use and designed for engineers, so it is difficult for the resellers to sell the product because the customers don’t feel like they understand it. This is designed for business users, people who feel comfortable with Microsoft Office.”

Business process management is a growing space — Gartner estimates the BPM market will reach $2.5 billion in 2012. VARs looking for that next big thing may want to take a look at what AccuProcess — and others in the space — have to offer.

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