Vault Intelligence has launched a new partner and reseller program to continue its rapid expansion on both sides of the Tasman.
Originally founded in New Zealand, since listing on the ASX in July last year the company has now opened its Australian headquarters in Melbourne, quadrupled local staff members across sales and engineering, and launched two new products to its existing suite of mobile applications and enterprise platform.
Vault says the new partner and reseller initiative is part of a broader omni-channel strategy to further accelerate a sales pipeline that has grown significantly in the last six months.
The partner program is set on enlisting health and safety consultants as a new channel to market for Vault, with more than 30 partners already registered in the program.
Vault’s digital sales & channel manager, Tim Dowling says the partner and reseller program is the next step in ensuring a true omni-channel approach to sales and growing the company’s reach among large enterprise.
“This is an important opportunity for Vault’s next stage growth by ensuring the message about what we can offer is in the right hands,” Dowling says.
“No other provider has a product offering as user-friendly and holistic as Vault’s. Our products are best in market in terms of ease of use, data capture and reporting. This program will ensure our partners can work smarter, with comprehensive reporting, analytics and full visibility of data so they can proactively manage the needs of their clients better than ever.”
Vault is currently used by more than a million people among 640 organisations across Australia and New Zealand, including Coca-Cola Amatil, Visy and Kraft Foods.
According to founder and former head of safety for the Australian Army, David Moylan, Vault was built in response to demand from companies looking to streamline how they reported incidents in the workplace.
Director of safety audit, training and advisory service for Think What If, Paul Coleman is a happy to be a partner of Vault.
"I recommend them to my clients because they're good. I like the roadmap they've got for the future. It's really quite exciting to see where it's going and I'm glad to be a part of it,” Coleman concludes.