Software vendor CA is on an aggressive hunt for new resellers to join its Recovery Management Programme across EMEA.
Under its CA Seeks strategy, which runs until the end of March, the vendor is targeting VARs working in the recovery management market and is offering them the chance to join the CA programme at the same status level they have with a competitive company.
CA claims the new partners will have the opportunity to increase revenue and margin through initiatives such enhanced deal registration, flexible licensing options, pre-sales and additional support, sales and technical training, access to the CA partner portal and special rebates.
Chris Ross, vice-president EMEA and Asia Pacific at CA’s Recovery Management and Data Modelling business unit, said: “We welcome new recovery management resellers to our partner community, making it easy for them to further develop their business reach and increase revenues with our solutions, as well as giving them a quick path to access our channel programme benefits.
“CA has a superior class of technology and a leading position in the growing recovery management market, and we are looking for the best resellers to increase our common business together,” he added.
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