WeDo Technologies has today that it is launching a channel partner programme for the retail, energy, finance and healthcare industries. This comes as one of the strategic decisions made by the senior global team for the 2014-2020 planning cycle.
Rui Paiva, CEO of WeDo Technologies, said of the announcement: “WeDo has defined a clear strategic goal to become a truly multi-industry software vendor by 2020. Besides investing in direct sales in retail, energy, finance and healthcare industries in a specific set of countries like Portugal, UK, US, Mexico and Brazil, the company will be complementing and accelerating the go-to-market via the creation of a channel partner programme. At a first stage, this will be focused on a defined list of countries like the USA, Russia, UAE, Turkey, Germany, UK, South Africa and Australia. Depending on the results and also on the market feedback, the list of countries will evolve.”
Sergio Silvestre, WeDo Technologies’ Chief Marketing Officer and Vice President added “We have direct customers in 90 countries. Our technology is totally proven and the value it creates to our client’s companies is huge. We have strong references in telecom, retail, energy and finance industries, always with paybacks within a 12-month time frame. We want to accelerate our growth and we feel this is the right time to find value added resellers for our key product: RAID Enterprise Business Assurance software which is already in its seventh major release.”
WeDo Technologies is looking for mid-sized companies, with existing customers/references in retail, energy, healthcare or finance industries in their local markets, with strong industry know how and systems integration skills. The company will be open to exclusive distribution agreements within a specific territory and target industry for a negotiated time frame. This will be dependent on the level of investment and commitment of the channel partner. Sergio Silvestre commented: “There is a clear long term win-win equation for the clients, for the channel partners and for WeDo Technologies. This is a great opportunity.”
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