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Commvault announces Partner Advantage programme

Commvault announces Partner Advantage programme

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Commvault, a recognised global enterprise software leader in the management of data across cloud and on-premises environments, has announced the launch of its enhanced Partner Advantage programme, creating a path for partner future readiness built on industry-leading intelligent data management solutions and a commitment to innovation. 

With the evolution of the programme, partners will receive a range of benefits, including simple win, growth and performance rebates. Partners will also have more flexibility across programme tiers with predictable profit potential and trusted deal support for business growth. In addition, Deal Registration Benefits and New Partner Seller Incentives will offer transparent guiding principles and operational efficiencies to accelerate the sales cycle and speed payment of rewards.

“As a partner-led company, we continuously seek ways to support our partners’ success through increased relevance and profitability,” said Mercer Rowe, Vice President, Global Partner Organisation. “With the updated approach to our Partner Advantage programme, we are providing our partners increased incentives to drive profitability and collaborative sales plays to close more deals, both underpinned by a strong product portfolio and broad partner ecosystem. In addition, we provide in-region support, expansive training and demand generation resources that help our partners build a future-proof business with unlimited opportunity.”

The programme is based on four key pillars – innovative products that are partner-ready to sell, a tightly aligned collaborative selling team, a Go-to-Market strategy and ecosystem that is built to win and a profitable and predictable programme. The combination of these elements help partners seamlessly grow their business with Commvault.

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