Infor plans tripling channel partners
To run recruitment campaign focused on players for ERP, Supply Chain Management and Enterprise Asset Management.August 22, 2012 | comments ( 0 ) |
The technology solutions provider, Infor India has unveiled its plans to more than triple its number of Indian channel partners in the Infor Partner Network (IPN) by June 2013. For this Infor will be running recruitment campaign focusing the drive particularly on partners specialising in industrial manufacturing & equipment, automotive, metal fabrication, textiles, food & beverage, specialty chemicals and high tech industries.
The IPN is a global channel partner programme that includes a network of people, systems and services designed to deliver the highest quality support for Infor channel partners. The programme will offer highly competitive commission rates, performance bonuses, comprehensive training and certification programme, and a Market Development Funding (MDF) programme geared towards helping partners invest back into their businesses.
Anjan Thakur, Director of Channel Development, India, Infor said, “Our strategy is to recruit only the highest quality channel partners who have considerable industry and enterprise software market expertise. It’s essential for us to build capacity within our partner organisations in order to create a strong and scalable business model and hence our focus on partner enablement through training & certification is of the utmost importance and priority. There has never been a better time for new channel partners to be a part of the Infor Partner Network. Infor partners are now armed with superior products and support to help them grow their revenue, and be a significant player in the Indian business application industry”.
“We are committed to helping grow our channel partner’s sales force, pre-sales capability and work closely with their teams to provide superior products to customers across India,” said Yogesh Gupta, Channel Manager for India, Infor. “We are committed to providing valuable incentives and programmes through the Infor Partner Network to help them increase their bottom line quickly. The IPN provides channel partners access to resources at every stage of the sales cycle – from planning and enablement through demand generation, sales, delivery, and support."
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