BLOGWhy It's Important to Score PartnersSuggested ContentIntroductionWhen fielding partner program applications and analyzing existing channel performance, it can be challenging to broadly weigh the Partner scoring is an effective way to determine which...
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You’ve signed a new partner. Congratulations! Now what? Most newly partnered companies look at one another, waiting for leads to come flowing in, deals to be registered, and clients to call. Unfortunately, it rarely works out that way….
Over the past few decades, effectively leveraging technology is no longer just an advantage but has become table stakes. As a result, most SMBs have begun working with managed service providers (MSPs) instead of internal IT teams.
Partner recruitment will continuously occur throughout the life of your channel program, so it’s essential to learn best practices and understand common pitfalls. In this article, we’ll review our idea of the most widely used channel partner recruitment principles:
Last week, the Allbound team attended the first annual Catalyst conference in Miami Beach. This two-day event was a true testament to how incredible the partnerships community is. Over 400 attendees from twenty countries came together to learn, meet, and discuss partnerships…..
In this episode, host Tori Barlow, VP of Marketing at Allbound, had the opportunity to talk with Ken Chez, Team Manager of Networking & Security Supplier Alliances at Arrow. Together they talk about the importance of partner recruitment, emphasizing that recruitment should be a living breathing entity of your overall partner program…
Take a seat with host Tori Barlow, VP of Marketing at Allbound, as she chats with Nik Sanghavi of Caspio. Together they talk all things identifying your IPP, and what steps to take after you do.
Once the groundwork is laid for your partner program, what’s the next step? Whether your program is taking off or you’re struggling to hit certain goals, evaluating the types of partners you’re working with is key to growing and scaling.