HID Global Enhances Partner Program to Help Dealers Build Access Control Biz
AUSTIN, Texas — HID Global has expanded its channel partner program in an effort to optimize partner performance and increase the value of Genuine HID solutions for customers worldwide.
The firm has designed the streamlined HID Advantage Partner Program to help distributors, integrators and OEMs build new business opportunities in key vertical markets and emerging regions. For example, the program will support dealers with lead generation initiatives, a broad range of sales tools and a new global portal.
The access control provider will also offer online technical training and solutions sessions via the Genuine HID Academy and partner certifications. HID Global will also allocate market development funds and other marketing resources to dealers, as well as offering tiered partner discounts. The program also includes early visibility into the company’s product and technology direction.
“This expanded program is paramount to our ongoing commitment to a channel-centric business model and our valued partner community, says Carolyn Newburn, senior director of Global Channel Programs, HID Global.
For more information, contact the HID Global Channel Program organization at [email protected].
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