This week's edition of Channel Partner Program Roundup features the latest news from My Digital Shield, En Pointe Technologies and Peak.
Yee-haw! Welcome back to Channel Partner Program Roundup, where we gather the latest partner news from the best companies in the channel. This week we’re shining a spotlight on My Digital Shield (MDS), En Pointe Technologies and Peak.
My Digital Shield: Security-as-a-service provider My Digital Shield announced its new “Race to Platinum” Partner Program, a limited-time promotion that provides new channel partners with the opportunity to automatically join the My Digital Shield channel partnership program as Gold Partners. By allowing new partners to bypass the entry-level bronze and silver levels, MDS is looking to give initiates a leg-up on the competition with a 32 percent monthly revenue share and promotional assistance.
“We are excited about the progress of our partner program over the past several months and look forward to continued growth and momentum,” said Andrew Bagrin, founder and CEO of My Digital Shield, in a statement. “The ‘Race to Platinum’ promotion is our way of giving MSPs the chance to start seeing immediate benefits as an MDS reseller without the initial expense of up-front costs.”
Newly minted Gold level partners will be able to achieve Platinum status by selling 50 or more MDS subscriptions in the first three months, according to the company. Platinum level members will receive 40 percent continuous revenue share, a designated account manager and access to customized promotion materials and joint marketing events.
En Pointe Technologies: Microsoft Licensing Solutions Provider En Pointe Technologies won the 2014 Silver Level Excellence in Operations Award for delivering market-leading operational excellence supporting Microsoft (MSFT) technology over the past year, according to the company. The award marks the seventh consecutive year En Pointe has been recognized for operational excellence while supporting Microsoft technology.
Microsoft presented En Pointe with the award for its “superior operational excellence” and for meeting and exceeding requirements for valid contracts while remaining 100 percent certified in Microsoft Volume Licensing Programs, according to the company.
“It takes a great deal of focus and dedication to be excellent in operations, especially as Microsoft’s expectations rise and partner requirements continue to get more stringent,” said Dr. Shahzad Munawwar, CIO, En Pointe Technologies. “This seventh consecutive award win is a testament to En Pointe’s expertise in operational efficiencies, dedicated teamwork, and its ability to align with an ever evolving software industry. Congratulations to our operations team on another impressive win."
Peak: IaaS cloud provider Peak was named one of the fastest growing companies in Colorado by Lead411, a U.S. information and research company.
Peak was honored with the Hottest Colorado Company award for its triple digit growth year over year, innovative cloud service offering and for raising significant funding over the past two years, according to the company.
“Peak is proud to have been chosen for Lead411’s Hottest Company award out of over 1100 companies considered,” states Laurel Burton, VP of Marketing for Peak. “We’re privileged and excited to be named among the top tech companies in Colorado. Peak has experienced tremendous growth, and this recognition validates our hard work. It speaks to our commitment and our continued leadership in the cloud arena.”
That’s all for now, roundup enthusiasts. See ya’ll here next week with more channel partner fun. Stay safe out there.