Forrester names Impartner as PRM leader

Impartner has been named a leader in Partner Relationship Management (PRM) by Forrester Research, based on results in all three evaluation categories: Current Offering, Strategy and Market Presence.

In the report, the ‘The Forrester Wave: Partner Relationship Management, Q4 2018’, Forrester recognises Impartner’s integration capabilities and focus on the Microsoft Dynamics CRM market, commenting that Impartner is, “a good fit for customers who have invested in CRM solutions like Salesforce and Microsoft Dynamics and are looking for a fully integrated, easy to implement, full-featured PRM solution.”

“This recognition from Forrester caps off an amazing year for Impartner which includes adding world-leading corporations from Marketo to Splunk,” said Impartner CEO Joe Wang. “These companies have the insight and resources to choose the best-possible technology, and they overwhelmingly chose Impartner.” Wang also noted that the company has received a continual stream of national and international awards including its just-announced Top 100 Global Red Herring win. “For a company of our size to have the market presence we do in terms of customers and new customers added, is a true testament to the power of our solution and the confidence our customers have in our best-in-class Innovation Roadmap. They have confidence that Impartner will keep them on the leading edge of channel technology.”

Premier global fixed wireless technology company, Cambium Networks conducted their search for a PRM and commented, “Not only did they have the functionality that we need today, they also were very good about sharing the roadmap with us about where they were going,” said Ron Ryan, senior vice president for Cambium Networks. “When we looked at everybody else, side-by-side, Impartner really stood out as a company that not only was ahead of the game today but looked like they would be ahead of the game tomorrow. We’re pleased to see them recognised in this Wave.”

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David Dungay

Editor - Comms Business Magazine