Network Access Control vendor AEP Networks has unveiled a channel programme and is launching a partner recruitment drive across EMEA.
The three-tiered AEP Medallion Programme has been introduced to simplify the sales process for its channel partners following a string of acquisitions.
Speaking to CRN, Paul Vick, vice-president of global channel sales at AEP Networks, said: “We are consolidating multiple programmes following recent acquisitions. We are also offering free accreditation training and enhanced pre- and post-sales support to higher-level partners.
“We have partners that have been working with us on an ad hoc basis for many years. Joining the programme allows them to have a more formalised relationship with us.”
Mukesh Gupta, managing director of e92plus, said: “We are recruiting partners for AEP. The development of the unified partner programme is most welcome because it makes it a lot easier to get AEP’s message out.”
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