Revolabs Achieves 5-Star Rating in Partner Program
With all the technology hitting the market on an almost daily basis, it can be hard to know which one to choose, to best suit your needs. That’s why impartial ratings are important, so users can become informed consumers before buying.
That’s one reason Revolabs (a wholly owned subsidiary of Yamaha Corp), announced today that it has achieved a 5-Star rating in a new Partner Program Guide. This annual guide from CRN is the definitive listing of technology vendors that service solution providers or provide products through the IT channel. “The 5-Star Partner Program Guide rating recognizes an elite subset of companies that offer solution providers the best partnering elements in their channel programs,” CRN said in a statement.
“Solution providers have more choices than ever before when it comes to selecting vendor partners, said Robert Faletra, CEO, The Channel Company. “Identifying the right vendor with the right technologies and the right channel approach can mean the difference between successful adoption of a new technology or business model and an awkward, unnecessarily difficult integration. Our annual Partner Program Guide and 5-Star ratings recognize the best channel programs available in the market today and serve as a valuable resource for solution providers looking for the right fit.”
And the award is not just a giveaway. To determine the 2016 5-Star ratings, The Channel Company’s research team assessed each vendor’s application based on investments in program offerings, partner profitability, partner training, education and support, marketing programs and resources, sales support and communication. The award is a hard-won victory.
“Our resellers add enormous value to Revolabs’ products,” said Rob Claus, Director of Global Channel Sales at Revolabs. “Giving our partners the help they need to sell effectively as well as the right products to meet their customers’ emerging needs is essential. We deliver a full portfolio of conferencing solutions from huddle rooms to boardrooms to auditoriums, to produce realistic sound so that every conversation feels as natural as an in-person discussion.
It’s a message customers will be getting loud and clear.