US-based endpoint security vendor, Ziften, has launched a new global partner program offering increased financial incentives, partner-focused enablement perks and support for growth initiatives.
The new Ziften Activate Partner Program features fresh incentives and resources, such as access to technology and expertise to help partners increase their revenue in fast growing markets.
The new program also features financial incentives to help encourage long-term reseller investment and reward on-going success; market development assistance and funds to help drive incremental demand and lead generation, as well as hands-on support from Ziften field sales, sales engineers, technical support and marketing experts.
“Ziften is 100 per cent committed to building our channel partner relationships as a foundational component of our company’s growth, and this new partner program is a proof of that commitment,” Ziften senior vice president of worldwide channels, Greg McCreight, said.
“The Activate Partner Program combines our successful security solutions, financial investments, and hands-on assistance to help partners create more opportunity and close more deals creating mutual growth.”
McCreight was recently hired by Ziften in the top channel role, further fuelling its partner commitment.
In March, the vendor hired former Dropbox head of partner sales for Australia and New Zealand, Greg Kieser, as its new A/NZ country manager, marking the company’s entry into the A/NZ market.
The move was also supported by a partnership with services partner, Insentra, to assist with distribution and regional customer training and support.
Ziften’s architecture provides continuous, streaming endpoint monitoring and historical data collection for large and mid-sized enterprises, governments, and managed security service providers (MSSP).
The company’s endpoint security solution, Zenith, is designed to deploy to client devices, servers, and virtual machines.
Ziften also launched its Fast Start program, aimed at on-boarding Microsoft Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) channel partners globally.
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