Posts Tagged ‘channel’
Google is expanding its cloud channel program by creating three tiers of partnership, which will allow the company to segment its resources to give better-performing partners more support. The intent is to put Google on a better competitive footing with Amazon and Microsoft.
HP has transformed its PartnerOne program and is working toward making the HP channel marketing initiatives competitive differentiators for the company.
Solution providers are optimistic about their ability to grow sales and profits in 2014, but they’re hedging their bets by tampering expectations. The trend could be a reflection of better alignment of goals and performance capabilities, or it could be a sign of a slowing tech economy.
A new report by the economic think-tank Kauffman Foundation finds the number of technology companies in the U.S. is falling, confirming a similar pattern in the channel reported by The 2112 Group.
Getting ready to make a friendly wager on this weekend’s Super Bowl and need a gambler’s edge? The channel may just have the winning tip for you.
Lenovo announces a raft of additions to its One Channel program and sharpens its focus on server, storage and SMB growth.
Solution providers closed 2013 on a high note with revenues and profits rising. However, a new report by The 2112 Group shows how the channel has plateaued and could face increasing growth challenges as competition rises and technology becomes more complex.
Dell is reportedly gearing up to layoff as much as 20 percent of its global workforce. The contraction will make Dell more dependent on indirect sales to drive revenue and growth, making solution providers more important to the company’s future than ever.
Using the Internet of Things (IoT), electronic tags trigger warning tweets when sharks come too close to shore.
While solution providers get fixated on the number of companies merging or being acquired, The 2112 Group finds there’s a far greater trend impacting the channel population: declining number of startups.