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ComOps Strengthens Partner Channel with Launch of New Alliance Programme

ComOps has launched a new alliances program in support of a strategy to grow partner revenue over the next five years.
  • 31 October, 2008 09:20

<p>Sydney, 31 October 2008 - ComOps, a leading Australasian provider of business software products and services, has launched a new alliances program in support of a strategy to grow partner revenue over the next five years.</p>
<p>The new three-tired ComOps Alliance Program is designed to foster stronger, more dynamic and mutually beneficial relationships between ComOps and its partners. At the same time, ComOps aims to attract more new partners to its alliance programme.</p>
<p>“The new alliance programme’s training schemes, improved resources and rewards for committed partners are designed so that existing partners can work with us as effectively as possible. It will also enable us to attract new partners while enabling end user organisations to make the most of our leading edge enterprise software solutions through specialist, trained alliance partners,” said Richard Bradley, Managing Director, ComOps.</p>
<p>The ComOps Alliance programme recognises the needs that partners have from a revenue recognition, support and software utilisation perspective. The partnership levels – ComOps Solution Partner, ComOps Services Partner and ComOps Distribution Partner – provide the flexibility necessary to meet evolving business needs while succeeding in today’s competitive business software markets. The tiers of partnership are determined by several requirements, such as staff training, marketing activities, technical support, annual revenue expectations, sales forecasts, and internal deployment.</p>
<p>ComOps has worked successfully with multiple partners in the market on a needs basis for many years. However, the new ComOps Alliances Program is a structured program with repeatable processes put into place. The program has all the elements to support long term, strategic partnerships with the right level of benefits for each party to make it mutually beneficial,” said Bradley.</p>
<p>Highlights of the new ComOps Alliance programme include:</p>
<p>- Training investment: ComOps has committed spending to an already successful curriculum for sales and technical training for its alliance partners.</p>
<p>- Partner effectiveness: ComOps is committed to providing partners with up-to-date sales support materials, deal registration and joint lead generation initiatives</p>
<p>ComOps supports its channel with dedicated, proactive account management, direct-touch sales assistance, and access to its engineering, support and marketing specialists – all committed to helping the ComOps channel succeed.</p>
<p>About ComOps Limited</p>
<p>ComOps Limited has a 36 year history in the IT industry and listed on the ASX in 1999.</p>
<p>The company develops, sells and supports software solutions in the ERP, Business Intelligence, Mobile Sales Force Automation, e-Commerce, Retail, Risk Management and Safety Compliance, Workforce Management and Human Capital Management markets. These solutions are used by a range of blue chip clients such as Toll Holdings, Coca-Cola, Berri, Golden Circle, Australia Post, Toshiba, Orica, Lexmark, Canon, Queensland Government, NSW Lotteries, Commonwealth Bank of Australia and AMP, to name just a few.</p>
<p>ComOps is a Microsoft Gold Partner, Progress Premier Partner, is ISO 9001:2000 Quality Accredited and Government Endorsed.</p>
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