The opening keynote from Ivanti’s senior executives focused on Ivanti Neurons, which was introduced last summer, and which they see as central to addressing both remote working issues and facilitating Ivanti’s converged solutions strategy.
ServiceMax introduced ServiceMax Asset 360 for Salesforce last year, complementing their long-standing field service management platform, to build on the strong momentum the new platform is showing. Now they have introduced a new partner program to support it.
The Broadcom Software services channel had been focused around a single partner, a model based on its CA acquisition, but they concluded that simply wasn’t going to work with the acquired Symantec assets, so have revamped their channel services model.
Pillir’s redesigned platform combines their original ability to translate SAP legacy code into modern low-code with a lego block system that greatly speeds up the process, and the channel is the focus of their Go-to-Market strategy.
The Amplitude Partner Ecosystem, which is much more systematic than anything Amplitude has had before, includes both technology and Go-to-Market partners, and is designed to amplify the growth potential of the other initiatives.
Ataccama launched its Ataccama ONE Gen2 Platform into beta in November, and used its flagship customer event to highlight both its general availability and its ability to address customer concerns enumerated in a new study that was also featured at the event.
Sage Data and Analytics is a BI toolkit designed to appeal to growing interest in this kind of solution downmarket, as well as to make it relatively easy to engage with the product and see a quick ROI return.
Major new innovations include Creator Workflows, a low-code app tool which becomes the fourth member of ServiceNow’s Workflow portfolio, and new AI-based ITOM Predictive AIOps, AI Search and Virtual Agent tools.
Longtime Cisco Canada channel exec Rebecca Leach discusses her new role heading up AppDynamics in this country, what the company’s looking for in a partner, and where it sees the biggest opportunities in this edition of the podcast.
Microsoft-focused ISV AvePoint has a fairly large channel today, but there have been significant gaps in the enablement resources they are provided, and the consistency with which are provided globally. The plan is to change that.
2020 was an uneven year for the Automated Customer Experience startup, thanks to COVID in the spring but momentum quickly mounted during the year, which included increased interest from channel partners.
StackPulse uses DevOps best practices and software to automate incident responses across platforms, ensuring uptime and reliability. Unusually for a startup in this space, they are doing this with a channel out of the gate.