Acronis Introduces New Cloud Partner Program; Promoting Business Outcome
FREMONT, CA: Acronis, a provider of data protection and recovery solutions in virtual, physical and cloud environments announced a new Cloud Partner program for its users worldwide. The Acronis Partner Program is an extended version of the Acronis Global Partner Program. With a subscription model for distributors, service providers and cloud resellers, the new program is designed to boost the revenue flow from data protection services on cloud.
The company’s Cloud Partner Program uses different layers to analyze and honor a partner’s overall sales performance, marketing alliance and certification guarantee. The incentives include arranged profit margins, incremental accelerators, incremental margins for deal registration and rebates. The program also yields free web oriented sales tools, a smooth partner on-boarding process, technical training, market development funding programs, marketing programs and demand generation support.
“The end users that we service need an easy and reliable backup and recovery solution combined with the knowledge and support we can deliver as a service provider,” said Charles Grau, Vice President, IT and Operations, United Data Technologies (UDT).
The partner program is flexible in terms of deployment models hosted by Acronis and the service providers with appropriate licensing. The services include turnkey cloud data protection with minimum integration which can be easily deployed and used effectively.
Assisting customers from over 145 countries, Acronis delivers efficient, easy and affordable data protection solutions for small and medium sized companies. The firm protects their client’s systems, files and applications against all kinds of man-made and natural disasters. The company’s integrated set of solutions includes disaster recovery, backup, file sync and share.
“The new Acronis Partner Program for Cloud allows us to build on our growing Acronis Cloud business by rapidly bringing proven data protection services to market in a way they easily plugs into our technology environment and existing business model,” adds Charles.
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