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Partner Programs Database: Get Listed

Memo to all technology companies and businesses serving IT channel partners, ISVs and the technology ecosystem: ChannelE2E's Channel Partner Programs Database is open for your submission.

Here's why vendors -- your company -- should submit their information into ChannelE2E's database.

  1. Partners Will Find You: Get discovered by VARs, MSPs and IT service providers that are looking for the types of technologies or cloud/managed services you provide.
  2. No fee: No annual submission nightmare. Simply submit updates to us -- at any time. We'll take a few days to review it and update your listing accordingly.
  3. No misleading information: No lofty claims about serving 100 different technology markets. We fact-check vendor entries to make sure their products and services actually target specific markets (storage, security, mobile, big data, etc.).
  4. Your Rivals Are Listed: Wow, that's a high-pressure sales tactic. But facts are facts. Roughly 100 hardware, software, cloud and managed tool providers are already listed in the database.
  5. We Show Link Love: We actually link to your company's partner program page.  Yes, we like to drive readers to your site so that they can investigate your partner program more fully.
  6. You've Got the Time: The submission process takes about five minutes.
  7. Wasn't Six Enough? I can't think of a seventh number. Lists usually are seven or 10 entries long. But I'll have to stop at six. Even so, the benefits of participation are clear...

Bottom line: Poke around our Channel Partner Programs Database. You'll notice a link that allows you to quickly submit your partner program information. Please note: After Nines Inc. reserves the right to review and edit all submissions for accuracy and relevancy. For questions email me: [email protected].

Joe Panettieri

Joe Panettieri is co-founder & editorial director of MSSP Alert and ChannelE2E, the two leading news & analysis sites for managed service providers in the cybersecurity market.