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Mumbai: Commvault has announced enhanced Managed Service Provider (MSP) and Aggregator Partner Advantage Programs. The enhanced programs will support the way MSP and Aggregator partners operate and deliver Commvault’s Intelligent Data Services to customers globally.

The programs are aligned with the shift in the IT landscape where organisations are moving towards managed service providers for consumption-based solutions.

Commvault’s Partner Advantage Program will offer MSPs and Aggregators the critical elements to be successful. It offers multiple ways to earn incentives with deep ecosystem relationships for joint selling, in-region support and training, and marketing resources to help their growth and profitability.

“One of Commvault’s main objectives is to always provide our partners with Intelligent Data Services that help organisations protect and manage data and applications in an increasingly hybrid and multi-cloud world,” said John Tavares, VP – Global Channels and Alliances, Commvault.

“The enhancements to our MSP and Aggregator programs help our partners achieve these goals, meet challenges head-on, and future-proof their business. Our solutions are industry-leading and we provide the tools, benefits, experience, and support that enable partners to help their customers safely protect and manage their data in any environment – on-prem, cloud, or SaaS,” added Tavares.

Commvault’s MSP Partner Advantage Program offers partners with a range of benefits. They can easily build on existing services and create new services for their customers.

The two-tier program comes with clearly identified tier promotional requirements and incentives for partners and rewards for driving consumption. The MSP partners have flexible licensing and consumption options, both subscription and utility pacts to suit customer demands.

The company’s free training resources and courses are designed for MSPs and Aggregators to build competency. Helping them operate and grow their “Commvault Powered” practice.

In addition, Commvault plans to add Metallic for MSPs to its Partner Advantage Program later this year. This will enable MSP partners to broaden their service catalogues and grow their business.

“Through our partnership with Commvault, their portfolio of Intelligent Data Services, and their streamlined MSP partner program, we are able to seamlessly support our customers’ needs in record time,” said Nita Cronin, President and CEO, KELYN Technologies, Inc.


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