How Partner Programs Work Partner programs can also be called as alliance program or channel partner program, which is a kind of business strategy used by various vendors to be able to encourage Value Added Resellers or VAR, Managed Service Providers or MSPs, Consultant, System Integrators or SI, Original Equipment Manufacturers or OEM, Independent Software Vendors or ISV and distributors to recommend or to sell the vendor’s associated services and products. Partner programs can also be segmented in order to accommodate specific needs of a certain type of channel company. The vendor’s VAR outreach effort for instance can focus more on offering volume based product discounts and even market development funds. VARs are allowing resellers to accrue dollars in order to invest in demand, generating activities based on percentage of product sales. Consultants on the other hand may recommend products but might not resell them. As for those partners, vendors may be offering a consultant liaison program which can provide easy access to the technical documentation, dedicated support and product training. Meanwhile, the MSP aspect of the partner program can offer products that are specifically geared towards the service providers. In most cases, a vendor is selling to the MSP and through the MSP as well. The vendor of management and remote monitoring tools for example can sell straight to the MSP which as a result installs the software program to be able to provide services to end users.
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As a matter of fact, majority of IT or Information Technology vendors have partner programs to among the leading and most established IT firms in the industry. Many of the smaller vendors on the other hand are also operating such programs since the channel partners give them with better foothold on the ground. Access to the vendor technical support, sales and product training, lead generation tools as well as access to the beta versions of the vendor products are a few of the typical features of a partner program. Then again, other program incentives might consist of industry and awards recognition at vendor events and even rewards to the channel partner sales staff.
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Channel partners see these said programs in their favor but there are some situations in which it’s frustrating for them. A quick example of this is deal registration; this is a common part of different partner programs and may be a real challenge for channel partners to implement. The deal registration is designed to help partners to safeguard their investment in sales opportunities but this system is only offering limited visibility into the deal status. However, vendors can deploy a Partner Relationship Management or PRM system, which is a channel oriented take on the customer relationship management to be able to improve their interactions with the channel companies.