OpsRamp Introduces New Partner Program
July 29, 2019
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OpsRamp announced the launch of its new OpsRamp Partner Program to equip a growing global ecosystem of channel partners and resellers.

This new, enhanced program includes sales and technical training, marketing, demand generation, and selling resources, as well as go-to-market support. The OpsRamp Partner Program is designed to help both technology and solution partners build expertise around hybrid and multi-cloud infrastructure management, with a deep product and customer focus, so they can expertly serve their customers, differentiate their practices and grow a profitable hybrid infrastructure monitoring and AIOps business worldwide.

OpsRamp’s new partner program utilizes a single partner portal with simple, globally consistent membership requirements. The partner portal provides centralized access to marketing, sales, and technical resources, enablement, and training.

Key benefits include:

- Enhanced Partner Support: Partner education, sales support, and customer onboarding and implementation support for expediting partner and customer adoption, maximizing partner revenue and value delivered to customers.

- Increased Co-marketing: New go-to-market strategies, assets, event opportunities, and co-branded initiatives for demand generation.

- Increased Operational Support: Streamlined systems for accelerated deal registration, quotes, and orders, as well as account management and customer support.

“The new, enhanced OpsRamp Partner Program demonstrates our commitment to the success of our channel partners, ” said Mike Munoz, Chief Revenue Officer for OpsRamp. “A critical mass of large enterprises are in the midst of digital transformation and need a platform that can discover, monitor and optimize hybrid, multi-cloud, and cloud native infrastructure. This program allows partners to capture this momentum and quickly deliver value for their customers.”

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