Asigra Enhances Partner Training, Cert ProgramBy Gina Roos | Print
NEWS BRIEFS: In addition to Asigra's training and certification program, this week's briefs cover partner programs at Centrify and Gigamon, and more news.
Arrow Adds CenturyLink Cloud
Arrow Electronics added CenturyLink Cloud to its cloud service portfolio and the ArrowSphere cloud services marketplace that is available to solution providers, MSPs and independent software vendors in the United States and Canada. The addition of CenturyLink, a global provider in hybrid cloud and IT infrastructure services, offers organizations that are transitioning to cloud access to CenturyLink's IT-as-a-service solutions, pay-per-use pricing and cloud-based managed services.
Under the ArrowSphere platform, solution providers are provided with various engagement paths: Arrow-managed, solution provider-managed, customer-managed or connecting through an existing e-commerce engine. MSPs can use ArrowSphere to build cloud solutions by integrating their own services with cloud services and cloud-builder products.
Exact Launches New Partner Program
Exact, a provider of business software solutions for small and midsize businesses, has launched its new Macola Unity Partner Program, supporting the company's commitment to a partner-centric go-to-market strategy. The Exact Macola Unity Partner Program will initially offer Gold and Silver levels that provide increasing benefits to partners who are committed to growing their business software practice with Exact Macola solutions.
Benefits include commissions on maintenance, support sales and renewals; access to qualified leads, deal registration and marketing development funds; customized marketing support; and training and technical enablement.
Azzurri, EE Sign Reseller Agreement
Azzurri Communications, a U.K.-based independent provider of managed communication services, has entered into a reseller agreement with EE, a mobile operator in the United Kingdom, to provide EE's services to enterprises and small businesses.
Under the agreement, Azzurri will resell EE's products and services to enterprises under the Azzurri brand. The company also will resell EE's small-business offerings under the EE brand as part of its portfolio of services.