Howdy roundup rangers, and welcome to this week’s edition of Channel Partner Program Roundup. We’ve got the latest news from our friends at Net@Work, Global eTraining and WildPackets, so buckle up and let’s get started.

Net@Work: Technology solutions consultancy Net@Work has joined the NetSuite Solution Provider Program, which will allow the company to sell NetSuite’s solutions to businesses in North America. The partnership is also expected to allow Net@Work to address growing demand among customers for cloud-based ERP and business management software, according to the announcement.

“We’re seeing strong demand for cloud ERP across the industries we serve and, after a thorough analysis of the market, determined that NetSuite is head and shoulders above all of the competing solutions,” said Alex Solomon, Net@Work co-president, in an announcement. “This partnership allows us to complete our product portfolio and build a robust NetSuite practice, providing our customers with the broadest array of solutions to meet their business challenges and goals.”

As the newest members in the NetSuite partner program, Net@Work will work to expand Netsuite’s market share in North America and leverage its vertical industry contacts to foster additional business.

Global eTraining: Online training provider Global eTraining recently appointed Shawna Snukst as vice president of Operations, as the company undergoes a restructuring process to meet growing customer demand for its services.

“We are thrilled to take on Shawna during this exciting period of accelerated growth for the company,” said Global eTraining CEO Susan Brattberg. “Her experience building high-performance teams will help support Global eTraining’s infrastructure as we rapidly move forward.”

Snukst will be responsible for maintaining Global eTraining’s operations in her new role, including course and technology development, according to the press release. She will also manage part of the company’s team as it continues to expand.

WildPackets: Network and application performance analysis solutions provider WildPackets announced that ProSys has joined its channel partner program, where it will provide network performance management solutions for LANs and wireless networks. The partnership is expected to expand the availability of the WildPackets’ portfolio and give customers increased network performance visibility and fewer disruptions, according to the announcement.

“WildPackets selected ProSys as a value-added reseller based on its extensive infrastructure solutions in networking and longstanding alliances with our existing technology partners,” said Bobby Sabhlok, director of Channel Sales at WildPackets. “By expanding the availability of the WildPackets portfolio of solutions, we are providing more customers with the visibility and manageability they need to reduce risks to, outages on, and operational costs for their networks."

According to WildPackets, the partnership will offer ProSys customers solutions to improve visibility and control over network traffic and analyze their network environments.

That concludes this week’s rodeo, cowpokes, but we’ll be back next week for more news. Until then, stay safe.