Includes white label delivery, qualified sales leads, enhanced partner portal, financial rewards and more
Provider of cloud computing solutions nGenx has unveiled an enhanced partner program for managed service providers (MSPs). It provides participating partners with a significant competitive advantage in the desktop as a service (DaaS) and application virtualization space, bringing the nFinity nWorkspace service enablement platform to the channel with industry leading deployment simplicity and a high margin MSP delivery model.
According to 451 Research, “The DaaS market grew by 30% in the last year and should continue to grow at a similar pace through 2017. Many factors — acceptance of cloud, device diversity, a mobile workforce, and ubiquitous Internet access — have combined to make DaaS attractive to businesses.”
“nGenx is ideally positioned to lead the shift from the traditional desktop to the more cost-effective and simple to manage DaaS environment,” said Max Pruger, chief sales officer, nGenx. “More importantly, we’re doing so in a way that is built and designed to benefit MSPs. As a partner-focused organization, we minimize partner conflict while striving to maximize collaboration across our partner ecosystem to drive rapid ROI and success.”
The nGenx Partner Program has high margins and flexible licensing which overcomes the restraints of alternative models announced the press release. The program delivers the several advantages to qualified partners including a while label program that allows for greater control of all sales, customer support, and billing, Partner portal which includes both sales/marketing collaterals and online tools, A unique Selling the Cloud training program to help partners develop a comprehensive cloud strategy, One-on-one technology and processes training, Eligibility to sell multi-vendor hosted desktop technologies, including Office 365, Field and inside channel account manager coverage, Qualified sales leads, Rewards and incentives program, Highly competitive commissions and Online video resource library.