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Citrix simplifies partner sales with programme addition

Citrix simplifies partner sales with programme addition

Citrix Systems aims to help partners sell with less upfront investment with the launch of CSA Authorised, an addition to its partner programme. According to Citrix, CSA Authorised assists partners expand their product portfolios and allows new partners to start selling product immediately.

The changes also enable Citrix solution advisors the opportunity to sell Citrix Delivery Centre products while working towards certification.

Prior to achieving certification, partners can earn full margins on Citrix virtualisation and application delivery products.

Citrix is providing on-demand courses and virtual labs.

Only partners that complete certification are eligible to participate in Citrix Advisor Rewards, a programme that pays partners up to 15 percent addition margin on sales.


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