New Relic announced enhanced partner programs from the New Relic Partner Network (NRPN).
“New Relic’s vast ecosystem of partners is leveraging our observability platform to accelerate customers’ most important business initiatives, such as cloud adoption, application modernization, and digital customer experience. The refreshed New Relic Partner Network brings new opportunities to collaborate with our partner ecosystem and help create more perfect software to drive business outcomes,” said Todd Osborne, Group VP, Alliances and Channels, New Relic.
NRPN was designed for ease of engagement and flexible business models, built for partners to leverage the New Relic observability platform as they go to market with a solutions approach.
Within NRPN, New Relic is launching its first-ever Technology Partner Program, enabling hundreds of existing integration partners to participate in go-to-market benefits and create New Relic One applications with the platform’s programmability features – to integrate their best of breed business data and create seamless workflows on the New Relic platform.
NRPN now also expands and tailors program benefits for channel partners that may have multiple business models, including:
- Consulting Partner
- Managed Service Provider
- Solution Provider
- Technology Partner
With a focus on accelerating the customer’s journey to the cloud, DevOps, and modern software, NRPN now offers:
- Technical and sales enablement to build and strengthen partner team competency and capabilities, with a combination of self-service, virtual, and instructor led training delivery options.
- A certification program delivered through New Relic University that offers a comprehensive observability-focused curriculum across the entire New Relic platform.
- Access to demand generation assets and tools, such as playbooks and event-in-a-box templates to help identify and drive opportunities with customers.
- A partner portal experience that is easy to navigate and is a one-stop platform for all the tools partners need to be more productive, to build revenue, develop marketing initiatives and educate their teams.
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