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Symantec commits to partner growth

28 Mar 11

Symantec has detailed two new channel resources in Asia Pacific and Japan aimed at helping its partners generate new business. 

The Symantec Partner Support Centre for Marketing is described as a new resource "to help partners make the most of all the available awareness and marketing programmes to help them build new leads,” says the firm. 

A new Renewals Partner Portal also offer a location for channel partners to manage their renewals sales opportunities.

"Symantec is committed to supporting the business growth of our channel partners through a range of tools and resources which make it simple and easy for them to accelerate their business. The investment into the renewals partner portal and partner support centre for marketing reinforces Symantec’s dedication to investing in and promoting the growth of our partners and enabling them to differentiate their business, maximise their revenues and simplify their business processes,” explained Symantec’s Craig Scroggie.

The new support centre is available in English, Japanese, Mandarin, Cantonese, Korean, Malay, Indonesian and Thai languages.

The portal is currently available to partners in Asia Pacific in English only. At present it is not available in China, Taiwan and Japan.

Symantec recently unveiled a new Encryption Solutions Specialisation, which is designed to give experienced partners the chance to drive more revenue.

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