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NetSuite sweetens partner programme

10 Mar 2011

NetSuite has unveiled a host of new offerings to enhance its SP100 programme that originally launched last year. 

The programme is designed to enable channel businesses to reap immediate rewards from modern cloud-based solutions by offering 100% first-year margins.

New offerings come under the "NetSuite SuiteStart Service," which encompasses solution provider programme fee waivers, free training, comprehensive go-to-market support and marketing resources. 

"Built on the success of NetSuite SP100, we decided to enhance the program by bringing more offerings to channel businesses," said Craig West, NetSuite VP of Channel Sales. "We listened to our partners and found new ways to make the offer more attractive through the addition of our SuiteStart Service."

The new offers are targeting channel businesses frustrated by declining revenue streams and sagging demand for legacy on-premise systems, says the firm.

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