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Acronis launches a new cloud partner program

Nurdianah Md Nur | Feb. 22, 2016
The program aims to help accelerate revenue growth for service providers, distributors and cloud resellers.

Acronis recently launched the Acronis Partner Program for Cloud.

According to the company, the program aims to help service providers, distributors and cloud resellers tap on the projected market growth for cloud data protection services, which include backup, disaster recovery and file sync and share. According to IDC, the Data Protection & Disaster Recovery software market will grow to US$8.1 billion by 2019.

The Acronis Partner Program for Cloud supports any deployment model, including service provider-hosted, Acronis-hosted and hybrid, and any business model with licensing flexibility. This includes turnkey cloud data protection services with minimal integration that are quick to deploy and easy to use, as well as offerings that are more deeply integrated into partner technology and services portfolios.

Besides that, the program uses multiple tiers to distinguish and reward a partner's sales performance, certification commitment and marketing collaboration. Incentives include stackable profit margins, incremental margins for deal registration, rebates and incremental accelerators. The program also features simplified partner on-boarding, free web-based sales tools and enablement programs, technical training, marketing programs and demand generation support, as well as co-op and market development fund programs.

"We've taken our vast expertise in managed services and built a best-in-class partner program for service providers that extends our global partner program and makes it easier than ever for partners to move to the cloud," said Steve Goh, Vice President, Asia Pacific and Emerging Markets, Acronis. "We are 100 percent focused on the cloud partner model. Our goal is to bring thousands of new service provider partners and cloud resellers onboard worldwide in 2016." 

 

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