SunView Expands Global Channel Partner Program for ITSM Solutions
February 20, 2013
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Responding to increasing demand from partners seeking its IT Service Management (ITSM) solutions, SunView Software announced the expansion of the SunView Global Channel Partner Program.

The Program is designed to help Resellers and System Integrators distinguish themselves in the rapidly growing ITSM market.

Launched in 2012, the new program is in response to ITSM solution requests from companies across Europe, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East, as well as US Federal Government agencies. Global IT solution providers are looking to add SunView ChangeGear to their products portfolios. Partners in the US, UK, Germany, Greece, Australia, Saudi Arabia and Singapore have already signed on.

SunView Software provides its partners with a modern, ITIL-based ITSM solution. ChangeGear delivers exceptional value, enabling resellers and integrators to meet the growing demands of mid-market enterprise and government customers while increasing their margins over other ITSM offerings.

"The market for ITIL-based IT service management solutions that are cost-efficient, fast to deploy, easy to customize and simple to upgrade is growing rapidly worldwide," said Juergen Joeckel, CEO, merkantis Business Solutions GmbH. "The powerful ChangeGear platform enables us to meet the rapidly changing needs of enterprise and government organizations, without the cost and complexity of legacy solutions."

SunView Software is committed to the success of its partners, assisting them at every stage of the sales cycle, from training to long-term support. In order to further support the Channel Partners, the newest version of ChangeGear is multi-lingual to allow for better localization.

"We are focused on the success of our new Channel Partners and are excited by the opportunities presented by the extended reach into the global marketplace," said Seng Sun, CEO of SunView.

SunView ChangeGear 5.0 is part of a new breed of ITSM software solutions that are quick to deploy, easy-to-use and cost less to maintain. ChangeGear 5.0 is a fully-integrated IT service management solution - Service Request, Incident, Problem and Change Management, as well as a robust Service Catalog and CMDB seamlessly integrated using a single code base.

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