Xangati Launches Solution Provider Partner Program
June 22, 2015
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Xangati announced its global Solution Provider (XSP) Program targeted to VARs, managed service providers (MSPs), systems integrators (SIs) and solution providers (SPs) supporting virtualized and hybrid-cloud infrastructure for enterprise and public sector customers.

As the enterprise workforce becomes increasingly dispersed and companies are faced with the rise of virtualized datacenters and cloud infrastructures, the Xangati partner community enables enterprises to meet the demands of end-user service assurance.

XSP empowers partners to remarket and leverage Xangati dashboard software and is designed to help enterprise customers augment the comprehensive IT services and expertise they need in the infrastructure performance management category — from the channel community with which they’re accustomed to working.

Xangati’s strategic partnerships with Cisco, Citrix, VMware, Dell and NetApp ensure a greater degree of reliability that customers’ business goals are met by using performance dashboards that ensure SLAs are delivered.

XSP partners will also leverage a new subscription-pricing scheme for recurring revenue opportunities and global support from Xangati as part of software subscriptions sold through to customers.

The program offers the ability for partners to create assessment services and Day 2 operated managed services allowing a tight support loop with customers to solve their problems quickly and efficiently.

Highlights / Key Facts:

- Through the newly launched Solution Provider Program, Xangati is increasing profitable margins for partners that wrap services around Xangati’s robust end-to-end, second-by-second monitoring. Xangati’s dashboard service views provide the capability to manage capacity, performance, customer experience and efficiency to meet any business objectives, matching system performance to business goals.

- The Xangati Solution Provider program offers several ways for partners to engage with Xangati and enterprise customers — as a Premier SP level with minimum commitments for year one or as an Authorized SP and with internal use only and Not For Resell (NFR) licenses for every partner.

- Xangati offers cross-silo visibility and patented StormTracker technology, keeping partners ahead of bottlenecks. Well-capitalized with investors like Citrix, Xangati holds eight patents and benefits from strategic partnerships with prestigious companies such as Citrix, Cisco, NetApp, Dell, and VMware. Additionally, Xangati has successful deployments with over 400 customers worldwide.

- Xangati has made significant investments, including the appointment of industry veteran, Lauren Robinette, Director of Strategic Alliances & Channel Development, to run the XSP program. Lauren was recently named by Channel Reseller News (CRN) as one of the top 2015 Channel Chiefs and named to the 2014 Women of the Channel list.

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