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Juniper to launch online partner tools in Q2

Juniper to launch online partner tools in Q2

Juniper Networks is aiming to help partners sell more with a free online training centre.

Available in July, the learning academy will provide channel partners with sales and technical information in formats including online testing, podcasts, videos, and virtual demonstrations.

It also features targeted course curriculum and a point system for tracking and gauging personal progress.

Juniper will also be making a global marketing resource centre available in the second half of 2010.

According to the vendor, this will make it easier and more profitable for channel partners to sell Juniper’s portfolio. It includes co-branded marketing tools and resources.


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