eG Innovations Expands North American Partner Program
March 22, 2017
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eG Innovations announced a newly restructured channel partner program for North America, providing compelling partnership benefits that enable enterprise technology service providers to easily and profitably add end-to-end IT performance monitoring to their customers' technology portfolios.

The new eG Partner Program adds value to channel partners through a wide array of incentives and sales assistance, scaled for the needs of each partner company.

eG Enterprise increases the average purchase value in almost any enterprise IT technology purchase, and the newly restructured partner program both simplifies the reseller onboarding process and increases the volume and profit opportunities for every current and new North American eG Innovations' partner.

"The new North American eG Partner Program makes it much easier and more profitable to include end-to-end performance monitoring as part of every enterprise IT solution and sale," said Tom Hresko, VP of Sales for eG Innovations. "Unlike other technology spends, eG Innovations' single-source, infrastructure-wide performance management and auto-diagnosis solution adds value to all other IT purchases by helping ensure an excellent user experience, maximum ROI for each component purchased, and a lower total cost of ownership. Our partner program is designed to enable any solution provider to be able to include this force-multiplier to the strategic mix recommended to its enterprise clients."

The new program is designed around a matrix of sales and marketing value that drives winning channel partnerships: great margins, co-marketing programs, hands-on training, free NFR software access, and more. With multiple levels of partnership, value-adds and aggressive incentives for high volume, eG Innovations is focusing on adaptability and partner-friendly terms to help drive wins for solution providers who sell solutions for today's largest IT deployments around virtualized desktops and applications, enterprise applications and web applications. The eG Partner program also includes discount incentives to partners who offer the eG Enterprise product suite as a SaaS offering to their clients.

Five US solution providers joined the new eG Partner Program during the pre-launch phase: Gotham Technology Group, Applications2U, CSPi, Convergence Technology Consulting, and LanStatus, The onboarding of these new partner companies is reflective both of the importance of performance monitoring for today's IT enterprise, and eG Innovations' ongoing commitment to empowering the channel and better serving its customers.

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