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Eaton launches portal and revamped partner programme

23 Jan 2019

Power management company Eaton today announced a significant revamp of its PowerAdvantage partner programme, along with a new online portal and incentives campaign for power quality partners in Australia and New Zealand. 

The PowerAdvantage programme introduces new Certified, Authorised and Approved partner levels and a new portal for power quality partners. 

Now live, the portal has many features including the Power Advantage training academy, monthly promotions, rewards and a 24- hour turnaround on deal registrations. 

Eaton A/NZ power quality general manager John Atherton says the portal launch is the first of many new initiatives for the revamped PowerAdvantage partner programme. 

2019, will also see the inaugural Eaton Partner Conference held in Sydney in April which will recognise the new partner levels at Eaton. 

“With many new exciting opportunities in the marketplace already, we wanted to start the year by offering our channel partners greater support, more benefits and a new platform that will simplify the way they interact with Eaton, through marketing, training, and deal registration. It’s always been easy to partner with Eaton and we’re energised to make 2019 even easier with Eaton”

PowerAdvantage Training Academy into the portal, partners will have access to the latest technical training for Eaton products and software. 

“We look forward to engaging with partners on this efficient platform, while offering partners the opportunity to reap the benefits of the various rewards programmes and promotions we have on offer,” says Eaton A/NZ national channel manager Gavin Swadling 

By building the PowerAdvantage Training Academy into the portal, partners will have access to the latest technical training for Eaton products and software.

“The portal will allow new partners to sign up with Eaton, complete training modules and gain certificates. For existing partners, continuous training will increase knowledge of Eaton products and build technical skills,” adds Swadling.

“Certified, Authorised and Approved partners will have access to co-branding opportunities and a branding library where they can avail of various logos. While the deal registration process is much easier with 24-hour turnaround from Eaton, deal reminders and live access to deal registrations.”

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