D-Link enhances channel program
- 29 February, 2012 10:16
Networking solutions provider, D-Link, has made some enhancements to its A/NZ partnership program.
Under the new name Partner +, D-Link aims to provide a channel program that will assist resellers in creating additional revenue streams and provide them with tools to grow into new markets. D-Link A/NZ marketing director, Maurice Famularo, said the company will provide its resellers with marketing resources required to rapidly grow their businesses – from marketing support to lead generation and training.
“The channel is the lifeblood of D-Link and we are committed to the success of our resellers. The Partner + Program will recognise and reward companies that partner with us,” he said. Designed to improve and simplify partner relationships, the latest enhancements also include:
- a new logo
- a new Partner + portal which will be simplified and feature more localised information
- an Elite Business Partner status with rewards and incentives for partners focusing only on D-Link business grade products
- an Elite Consumer Partner status with rewards and incentives for partners dedicated to D-Link consumer/retail products
- revised rebates for current channel partners focused on both consumer and business products
All partners will have access to D-Link marketing and sales resources, a robust Deal Registration program, competitive pricing assistance, rebate program and priority technical support as well as the D-Link certification program.
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