Numara Software Launches North American Channel Partner Program
October 25, 2011
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Numara Software, a provider of service management, PC lifecycle management and mobile device management solutions for IT professionals, launched the Numara Software Channel Partner Program for North America.

With the flexibility to enable partners to focus on their core areas of expertise, the program is designed to build long-term relationships with qualified partners across many industries. Further, with an extensive sales, integration and technical support network, partners are equipped with the necessary resources and solutions to provide value to customers and ultimately increase the demand for Numara solutions and products.

Each Numara channel partner has the ability to decide the level of participation that is most appropriate for its business. The program is carefully aligned with partners’ core competencies across healthcare, education, government, and finance and insurance markets, enabling the implementation of customized solutions designed to meet their business goals and objectives. By leveraging the partner’s subject matter expertise and allowing clear market differentiation and business focus, the program enables partners to generate the highest levels of return based on individual value propositions.

Qualified partners will benefit from a comprehensive product line of on premise and cloud IT operations management solutions. Accelerated service cycles and predictable growth opportunities are presented through various business models including a managed service provider (MSP) option, licenses, support, and managed and consultancy services, helping partners attain profitability faster. Extensive pre- and post-sales and solution maintenance support and certification programs as well as sales enablement tools are also available to provide technical support and increase demand generation.

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