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Digital Shadows releases new channel program and partner portal

23 Jun 17

Digital Shadows has launched a channel-only partner program.

Deemed Channel REV with an associated online Partner Portal, Digital Shadows asserts the program has been tailored to accelerate partner revenue and enhance its customers’ loyalty by offering its SearchLight service that combines scalable data analytics with human analysts to effectively manage and reduce the digital risks of cyber threats, data leakage, and reputation risks.

According to Digital Shadows, the Channel REV portal equips partners with the tools they need to move fast in building their own professional services around the SearchLight solution.

Partners can access marketing materials, training videos and a host of other content at any time via the portal, as well as request quotes, submit incentive claims, run reports, track opportunities and registrations, request marketing development funds (MDF), and sales promotion incentive funds (SPIF).

“The digital footprint organisations present to the world, and specifically to cybercriminals and hacktivists needs protecting,’ says Chris Catanzaro, Director of Channel Sales at Digital Shadows.

‘Partners recognise that Digital Shadows’ revolutionary SearchLight solution is ideally placed to give them the visibility and intelligence they need to tailor their own cybersecurity solutions to their customers around the world.”

CEO of ITC Secure Networking, Tom Millar is a partner of Digital Shadows and happy to talk about his experiences with the company.

“Digital Shadows is a natural extension to our team and through that our Managed Security Services capability,” says Millar.

“Digital Shadows supports us through every stage of an opportunity — from demand generation and qualification, right to deal closure.”

President & CEO at Network Computing Architects, Tom Gobeille shares these sentiments.

“We have been impressed with the business model Digital Shadows has displayed to support our security practice,” says Gobeille.

“The strong support we get from the DS team through Channel REV program is invaluable to us as we expand our own security solutions.”

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