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Malwarebytes launches inaugural channel partner incentive competition

13 Apr 17

​Malwarebytes recently announced the launch of its inaugural channel partner incentive competition for Australian partners.

The advanced malware prevention and remediation solution provider says the winning organisations will join the Malwarebytes High Flyers Club in a ‘once in a lifetime’ pub crawl around Australia.

According to Malwarebytes, their High Flyers Club has been developed to reward the highest performing partners and resellers.

In total, there will be five winning members treated to a memorable and truly unique experience flying across the Australian outback in a private plane and meeting locals on a pub crawl over two nights and three days.

Malwarebytes ANZ channel director, Vikas Uberoy says the incentive is in a class of its own when it comes to channel promotions.

“In recognition of the support and dedication that our partners invest in assisting to achieve mutual success, we decided that we would give them the opportunity to enjoy our hospitality with a difference,” says Uberoy.

All Malwarebytes Australian partners that enter the incentive competition will be measured on their revenue performance from 1 March 2017 through 30 August 2017 – there will be a landing page to set up to allow easy tracking of the revenue from the top 10 partners.

“In summary, we have chosen to develop a competition with a difference to let our resellers know how much we value them and couldn’t achieve the results we do without them,” says Uberoy.

Every authorised Malwarebytes partner in Australia is eligible for the program with no complicated requirements or registration.  Only by August must the finalists have completed sales training and achieved a minimum of $10,000 in order to win.

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