Flashpoint Launches its Global Channel Programme

Flashpoint has launched its Global Channel Programme. This new programme will extend the benefit of BRI to more organisations worldwide and help partners accelerate revenue by empowering their customers with a decision advantage over potential threats and adversaries.

The Programme is built on three tenets:

●Commitment: Flashpoint dedicates appropriate resources to help with technical, sales, and customer support.
●Collaboration: Partners collaborate with Flashpoint to review sales, pipeline, successes, challenges, and strategies for future growth. This includes account mapping, market development funds (MDF), and marketing support. This sales support model allows partners to define the level of support needed to foster a cooperative selling environment.
●Excellence: Flashpoint Intelligence Platform grants partner customers access to an expansive archive of intelligence reports and additional datasets in a single, finished intelligence experience. BRI can also be delivered through the company’s API v4, also announced today, as well as Flashpoint Advisory Services, custom reports, and RFIs.

The company’s technology and human-powered analysis enable enterprises and public sector organisations globally to bolster cybersecurity, confront fraud, detect insider threats, enhance physical security, assess M&A opportunities, and address vendor risk and supply chain integrity.

In 2017, Flashpoint has grown its global presence substantially and supports customers in 20 verticals worldwide, with a global footprint that now includes EMEA and APAC.

“Our best-in-class channel programme strives to optimise our partnerships by utilising each other’s strengths to reach our mutually-defined objectives,” said Brian Costello, Vice President of Global Sales for Flashpoint. “Partners choose Flashpoint because of our unmatched finished intelligence and our unparalleled expertise in the financial services, health insurance, retail, and media & telecom sectors — as well as our tailored programmes for public sector organisations.”

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David Dungay

Editor - Comms Business Magazine