Are partner portals lagging behind technology innovation?

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Partner portals have long been an important tool to link vendors with their channel partners, but have they become a hindrance?

The partner portal has long been an integral part of how channel partners engage with IT vendors. But with an increasingly diverse partner ecosystem - comprising VARs, cloud and managed service ...

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