5 Channel Partner Updates: Monday 15 June 2020
Here are five technology news updates, insights, chatter, and plenty more to start your day for Monday, June 15, 2020. Sip up.
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A. What’s Happening Today
1. Diversity and Business Performance: Businesses with high levels of diversity in both upper management and lower management achieved the greatest levels of productivity, according to a study from the Academy of Management (AOM) Journal.
2. Talent – Colocation Services: Evoque Data Center Solutions has hired TierPoint veteran Andy Stewart as CEO. Stewart also has been an executive advisor at Thompson Street Capital Partners and a board member at BCM One, a managed technology solutions provider.
3. Contact Centers and Work From Home (WFH): iOPEX Technologies, a global business operations and technology services provider, has launched Work At Home Agents model for contact center operations. The offering provides omni-channel customer support to organizations with a strong requirement of flexible workforce for seasonal ramps and services geared towards sales, iOPEX asserts.
4. Private Equity and Coding Skills: Summit Partners has invested in CoderPad, a platform for assessing technical skills. CoderPad offers a “collaborative programming environment that helps hiring organizations efficiently and accurately assess technical skills of candidates,” the company says.
5. Partner Program – Multi-Cloud Services: HYCU has launched a New Cloud Services Provider Program for cloud service providers (CSPs). The program allows partners to offer a co-branded service that can deliver data migration, data protection and disaster recovery as a service. HYCU also continues to invest in its Global Partner Program to maximize partner profitability, partner training, education and support, and sales support and enablement, the company says.