Centreon reinvents its global Partner Program

Centreon, a 'trusted partner' for IT operational excellence, has introduced its reinvented partner program, ON.

In an ever changing and increasingly complex technology market, Centreon provides partners the tools to ensure Always-On client IT environments for their customers Always-On business. According to Gartner, the global IT operations market will reach $49 billion by the end of 2024, with annual growth of 7.3% (*). Post-COVID, the world will continue to increasingly rely on IT, leaning on service providers to fill gaps.

Since 2015, Centreon has experienced a strong 35%+ annual growth and already has 200,000 users and 600 MSP and Enterprise clients worldwide.

In order to seize the growth opportunity, Centreon has embraced a partner-first strategy internationally. By investing in partners, Centreon expects to increase their revenue and geographic coverage, while continuing to provide support from their current operations across Europe, North and Latin America.

The need for Always-On IT is booming and customers from all regions want to benefit from our leading monitoring platform”, explains Eryk Markiewicz, Chief Marketing Officer at Centreon. “This reinvented partner program not only brings the value of Centreon even closer to customers but enriches the partner and customer experience with increased access to technical tooling, sales support and marketing programs.

In a world that runs on IT, the opportunity for Centreon partners is to support the Always-On business needs of customers. Centreon is focusing on and investing in enabling their partners to seize on this market potential, and the extensive need for services to support business-critical operations.

Onboarding, Technical and Sales Enablement and Certification are available through the Centreon Academy for Partners using a cutting-edge LMS (Learning Management System), and Sales, Marketing and Services processes are managed with a rich PRM (Partner Relationship Management) platform giving them access to sales tools, technical training and market insights.

In addition to these new systems, all our partners have access to our dedicated, partner-facing teams, including monitoring technical experts and pre-sales resources.

Partners continue to play an invaluable role at Centreon,” says Marc-Antoine Hostier, Chief Revenue Officer at Centreon, ”but we are accelerating our investments to become the best company to do business with in our space. We are actively recruiting VARs and SIs in EMEA, Americas, and Asia-Pacific, and will extend our partner program to more partner types such as Distributors, GOSIs and Consulting Firms in 2021.

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