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Extreme Networks makes changes to channel programme

Extreme Networks makes changes to channel programme

Ethernet network company Extreme Networks is enhancing its local channel partner programme by offering a number of benefits. These include more investment, market development and loyalty rewards.

Its local channel partners are Avnet and Ericsson.

“Extending our channel partner programme enhancements rewards our committed partners, through increased investment and meaningful new incentives,” says A/NZ regional director Simon Barnard.

“Extreme Networks is committed to maximising our growth opportunities and we are adding resources and incentives that further our strong partner focus.”

The partner programme has also been upgraded to deliver a new partner tier, the Diamond level. This provides existing high tier partners with the opportunity to achieve elite status. The benefits of the Diamond level include market development funds, loyalty rebates and rewards for lead generation. These benefits will be extended to all channel partner programme levels.

Extreme Networks will also reward partners who demonstrate vertical success in the areas of education, health care and government.


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