At InfoSight, we're committed to providing our exclusive network of strategic partners with the tools and technology you need to grow your business. Our InfoSight Partner program helps you to provide an array of services designed specifically for regulated Industries. Our solutions stand out among managed security and consulting companies because we include 24/7 Monitoring, Management and Reporting through our secure integrated managed services infrastructure. In addition, our Compliance Assurance Programs and Consolidated Threat Management Reports are recognized to be some of the best in the industry.
Benefits of our Strategic Partner Program
- Cross sell your existing client base & capture more of your customer's IT dollar
- Create & build a recurring revenue stream
- Increase client retention & satisfaction
- Create new business opportunities by having more offerings in your "sales bag"
- Reinvest capital & resources in core competencies
- Preserve capital & additional human resource expenses
- Be viewed as an "expert strategic advisor" in compliance & information security disciplines
- Vertically focused programs for financial institutions, health care, insurance & publicly-traded companies
- Campaign Center access for promotions, co-hosted webinars & trade shows
- Channel Sales Lead Program Dedicated Channel Sales Manager Support
- Deal Registration Program – Protect your investment on all qualified leads
- Sales Incentive Programs & access to our Reseller Portal Site
- Technical Sales Training Program
- Private label capability
A reseller purchases goods or services with the intention of reselling them rather than consuming or using them. A reseller of InfoSight's solutions, for example, is a company who purchases InfoSight's solutions and sells on to third parties or they act as agents for InfoSight. They either sell on commission or for profit. Reselling another company's products and/or services adds complementary resources and capabilities, enabling resellers to grow and expand more quickly and efficiently.
A strategic partnership is a formal collaborative agreement between two enterprises. Typically two companies form a strategic partnership when each possesses one or more business assets (resources, capabilities, expertise, client base, etc.) that will help the other, but that each respective of the other does not wish to develop internally. The businesses, usually, are not in direct competition, but have similar products or services that are directed toward the same target audience. Participants form a close relationship and mutually agree to work together to achieve a common purpose or undertake a specific task and to share resources, competencies, and benefits. Organizations taking advantage of strategic partnerships can utilize the other company's strengths to make both firms stronger in the long run. In this new economy, the selection of strategic partners with whom to collaborate is now becoming a life or death issue for most firms.