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Channel-only Nexsan expands partner program

22 Mar 16

Storage and backup provider Nexsan has enhanced its channel partner program designed to empower its partners to capitalise on a new era of storage, expand opportunities and drive revenue.

The enhanced program now includes an expanded line of Nexsan-branded unified hybrid storage, high-density storage and secure archive storage systems, as well as the Transporter-branded private cloud file sync and share appliances.

According to the company, by adding the Transporter private cloud storage appliance family to the Nexsan partner program, Nexsan is aiming to enabling its partners to capitalise on the "white-hot" file sync and share market with a private cloud storage solution that delivers mobile access and file sharing capability to content stored securely in the data center, behind an organisation's firewall.

"As a 100% channel-based company, Nexsan has a rich history of working closely with its partners delivering the product training, marketing, sales and technical support that expands opportunities and drives revenue growth," the copany says in a statement.

The expanded program will see Nexsan offer performance-based incentives based on three program tiers: Gold, Silver and Bronze. Each tier will receive program benefits in alignment with their sales attainment goals and marketing performance, including new support and services designed to share the cost of tactical program execution.

"Nexsan is one of the most trusted brands in the storage channel ecosystem, delivering more than 37,000 storage systems across 60 countries and counting," says Russ Johnson, CRO, Nexsan.

"Today we are looking to further accelerate this channel success with a strong partner program that features new incentives and enablement tools designed to grow revenue opportunity for incremental growth,” he explains.

“We have also added the complete line of Transporter private cloud file sync and share appliances to the program, so that our partners can go beyond traditional storage and data protection and truly differentiate their business with a new proposition for storage collaboration and connectivity."

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