Connectus has announced the launch of its indirect channel, a key milestone as the company drives forward its growth strategy.
The Connectus Partner Programme provides access into the organisation’s broad portfolio of technology and cyber services, as well as depth of expertise through its people.
Partners will gain access – alongside training and enablement tools – to Connectus’s connectivity range as well as its cloud-based uCentrix voice and IP CCTV services and newly launched cyber portfolio including network security, penetration-testing, as well as wrap-around training, information governance and compliance services.
The Connectus Partner Programme will be led by CTO Duncan Shaw, who has spent four decades in the industry. He is driving the channel recruitment alongside CEO Roy Shelton, as they look to educate and support UK channel growth, working with their own partners, as well carriers and system integrators within their own supply chain.
Connectus’s approach to the channel offers partners the ability to leverage both self-service and bespoke solutions to help meet both their business growth needs as well as those of their customers.
CEO Roy Shelton said: “We recognise that technology continues to evolve, end users are continuing to uncover new business challenges and as a result partners must work to modernise. Our approach is a simple one that is designed to meet that need.
“The strategic direction of the business is to provide great connectivity, best-in-breed services including our uCentrix Voice and newly created secure IP CCTV range. This network and these data-hungry products are wrapped in a security layer, bolstered by the expertise and products made available following the strategic acquisition of Cybersity at the end of 2018.
“This new program will better enable partners to service their customers supported by a support network and set of tools including a new portal, due to launch in Summer, alongside training and enablement tools.”
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