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Extreme Networks links partners with new mobile app

Extreme Networks links partners with new mobile app

“As we continue to build a world-class company with best-in-class products and programs focused on partner success, it’s imperative that we give our partners the tools they need to succeed."

Extreme Networks has announced PartnerLink, a mobile application available to the Extreme Partner Network (EPN) and associated sales teams.

The new EPN PartnerLink Mobile App, available to Extreme partners across the globe, supports iOS, Android and Blackberry devices and is designed to broaden partner access, engage partners with relevant content and increase the awareness and uptake of products, programs and promotions.

“As we continue to build a world-class company with best-in-class products and programs focused on partner success, it’s imperative that we give our partners the tools they need to succeed," says Bob Gault, vice president of Global Channels and Partners, Extreme Networks.

"With the launch of PartnerLink, we’re doing just that. PartnerLink streamlines operations to allow sales teams more time to focus on the activities that matter – moving prospects through the sales funnel and generating revenue.

"The launch of PartnerLink is just one example of how our commitment to partner profitability and innovation is second-to-none."

According to Gault, PartnerLink "empowers sales teams" to act on current product promotions, to better respond to customer requests and allows them to close deals on the go, which has become a requirement in today’s increasingly connected world.

PartnerLink will allow Extreme Networks’ authorised partners to register sales opportunities on the fly, while also delivering focused regional content based on users’ geographies.


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