Teradici Corporation announces new channel program to be available in coming months

Teradici Corporation, developers of PC-over-IP protocol, a remote display technology that makes network delivered computing for its corporate clients, recently introduced a new channel incentive partner program that will work to create useful marketing, sales and training resources.

The new channel program will be in support of the APEX 2800 server offload card and will also support reseller partners across the globe that are committed to selling the popular card. The APEX 2800 PCoIP Server Offload Card will be available starting in December from the company’s distribution partners.

“The launch of our channel program is an important step to ensuring both the sales success of our channel partners and the successful implementation of PCoIP solutions at end-user sites,” said Trent Punnett, vice president of marketing, business development and systems engineering at Teradici. “As the number of enterprises committed to deploying our PCoIP products grows the need for best practices and strong expertise in the field has increased. This program is one way Teradici will ensure quality and support.”

Teradici’s channel partner commitment includes creating access to the aforementioned resources as well as post-sales support. The partner portal will be available in October and will provide easy access to the company’s marketing materials which consist of collateral, product positioning, materials for marketing campaigns and other event materials.

The channel provider will also be offering a Find a Reseller database starting in October that will allow customers interested in Teradici’s solutions to easily and accurately locate another Teradici partner in their vicinity.

The channel industry was recently on display at the Channel Partners Conference & Expo held recently in Chicago. The event brought in the largest attendance in its 15-year history and honored the Top 50 Channel Programs as listed in Channel Partners Magazine.

The event brought in more than 2,500 in the channel industry and featured more than 120 exhibitors and sponsors and 50 hours of programming.

“I was happy with the positive response we once again received to our program,” said Khali Henderson, editor-in-chief of The Channel Partners content team. “We built on a long history of strong programming, including recent innovations from our spring event like Women in the Channel, the Cloud Convergence Council and the Agent-VAR Workshop, by layering in totally new elements, like the Selling Techniques Networking Luncheon and the CPZ, and by expanding the interactive elements of the program.”