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Veeam enhances ProPartner Program

15 Mar 13

Veeam Software has announced a series of enhancements to its partner program in New Zealand, includeing deeper incentives and rewards, new sales and marketing tools, and free technical and sales training.

“As we are a channel focused business, we really do understand and value the needs of our partners,” says Don Williams, regional director APAC, Veeam Software.

“With the continued growth of the virtualisation market in New Zealand, we have further strengthened the Veeam ProPartner Program in an effort to reward our partners and help them become more profitable.

"Through the Veeam ProPartner program, our partners are able to leverage our community and gain access to exclusive programs, sales and technical specialists that are there to help guide and reward them.

"It’s a community designed to help create new opportunities and accelerate existing opportunities for our partners.”

Highlights of the new program include:

• Profitability – To help partners leverage more investment from Veeam Software, the new program offers an additional margin opportunity for larger deals, and rebates for Platinum and Gold partnership levels.

• Incentives and rewards – Increased incentives and rewards for committed Veeam partners.

• Training – Technical and sales enabled training providing competitive advantages for partners accredited through Veeam University.

• Marketing support – New sales and marketing tools to assist partners with developing new leads and increase demand for products and services. These include funds for joint-marketing activities and qualified sales leads.

To support Veeam’s growth in New Zealand and plans for continued investment, the company has also recently appointed Matt Harrison as channel manager for New Zealand.

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