DocuWare Is Paving the Way for Higher Partner Revenues With the Introduction of U.S. Cloud Partner Program
Following a year of exceptional cloud expansion, DocuWare introduces its U.S. Cloud Partner program with the successful launch of a similar program in Germany. Presently the company is committed to staying well ahead of demand for cloud installations hosting 2,000 cloud customers.
Based on the fast-growing demand for cloud, the provider believes that all business will need to digitize their core processes to drive cost efficiency and align with compliance regulations. For a company of any size, the cloud is an optimal platform as it requires zero investment in hardware, facilitates for fast deployment and requires low maintenance costs. Also, business continuity will not be compromised with the cloud's multiple layers of backup and software updates.
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DocuWare's new program will allow new partners to focus on preconfigured cloud solutions. Small tech businesses who provide IT services comprise the best candidates for this program as they already sell cloud based software or are seeking to add robust cloud solutions to their portfolio. DocuWare cloud partner will suit as efficient use of personnel, more full profit margins, shorter sales cycle and recurring revenues for small providers with high expertise but limited staff which adds overall sustainability.
DocuWare's program will offer support that includes e-learning via webinars, tutorials and videos, access to professional services, DocuWare lead protection, DocuWare technical support, partner info newsletter, partner portal, marketing and sales material, whitepapers and listing on DocuWare website.
The DocuWare Cloud Partner program tailors on but does not replace the company’s already successful Authorized DocuWare Partner program. The company's zero-compromise cloud services are a best-fit for digitizing, automating and transforming processes. It operates in 70 countries with headquarters in Germany and the U.S.
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