AutoVirt announces launch of new channel partner program
AutoVirt, a top provider of Global Namespace solutions and data migration techniques, recently announced a comprehensive new channel incentive program for its partners that will aim to provide original equipment manufacturers, value-added resellers and system integrators with the means necessary to resell AutoVirt software.
The AutoVirt Channel Partner Program partnership tiers will consist of basic and premier with both offering financial incentives as well as training and certification in technology and sales, marketing resources, deal registration, support and more.
Partners will have total access to AutoVirt’s new online Partner Portal that will offer all its available resources along with round the block support.
“We are excited about the launch of AutoVirt’s Channel Program, as it aligns nicely with NetApp’s Partner Program,” said Todd Palmer, vice president of North American Channel Sales at NetApp. “AutoVirt’s migration solution makes it easy for customers to move to NetApp storage, and simplifying the process is very important to our channel partners. Combined with their Assessment and Global Namespace solution, AutoVirt provides our channel partners with a comprehensive software and services solution.”
Partners of AutoVirt’s channel program will also have free access to the company’s latest edition of AutoAssess: A tool that allows its users to identify migration obstacles, discover and classify all file data across various storage environments and identify availability for data center optimization.
Baldwin, New York-based WebHouse is one of AutoVirt’s new channel partners. According its website, WebHouse offers infrastructure solutions and services that help align information technology strategy with business goals and objectives. WebHouse offers a comprehensive package of IT services to large corporations and organizations across North America and overseas.
“Despite recent advancements in data storage technology, NAS management remains a constant and growing data center challenge,” said Dan Kerning, founder and CEO of WebHouse. “AutoVirt’s Assessment, Migration and Global Namespace capabilities make it the industry’s easiest to use, yet most powerful tool to use for helping our customers to completely remedy this pain.”
WebHouse is a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business that has been helping customers with their infrastructure, technology and business solutions for the past 14 years.
San Diego, California-based Bedrock Technology Partners is the second newest addition to the AutoVirt Channel Partner Program.