Alliance' Partner Advantage Program to Empower its Clients
Boston, MA: Quadient (formerly GMC Software)—an innovative firm helping companies deliver meaningful interactions with their customers—announces the launch of the Alliances Partner and ISV/Technology Partner tracks of its Partner Advantage Program to engage, empower and enable all types of Quadient partners. According to an organizations’ individual business model and their relationship with Quadient, this Quadient Partner Advantage Program will house four tracks of business partners. On a broad scale, these partners also have the ability to switch their tiers by maximizing their level of investment in Quadient, while some partners also qualify to partake in more than one track of business.
The companies that agree to be the certified Alliance Partners become the system integrators or consultants who can deliver services, implement and support the Quadient solutions and are recommended to customers. As independent software vendors, the ISV/Technology Partners’ product offerings integrate with Quadient’s product suite, which consists of Quadient Mobile Advantage, Customer Journey Mapping, Quadient Bulk Mailer, Quadient Inspire and related products. Here, all the four tracks of partners are certified to resell the Quadient solution suite and offer customers with required technical and product expertise in a wide range of industries, including insurance, financial services, healthcare, and service providers.
“Our partnerships and alliances enable us to provide our clients with the best of customer communications management, data quality solutions and postal offerings,” said Rob Daleman, VP, corporate marketing at Quadient. “Alliances and ISV/Technology Partners, as well as Delivery Partners and Business Partners, are integral to Quadient’s overall success in delivering value to our customers.”
ISV/Technology Partners and Alliance Partners accelerate digital transformation with Quadient by obtaining access to fresh markets with the ability to raise upsell opportunities and develop value-added offerings.
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