Techaisle’s channel advisory service provides facts that channel executives need to navigate the future, insight into what must be done to ensure a viable path forward and how can vendors work with channels to help boost momentum at today’s critical business juncture..
The channel partner industry is very different from the community that existed a decade ago. Once a staid domain in which technologists provided IT infrastructure support to (mainly) local customers, the channel is being reshaped by five key issues: cloud, and its wrenching effect on all aspects of the channel business structure; managed services efficiencies, especially vs. the pending opportunity associated with digital transformation; increasingly-complex data center technologies; integration demands that are expanding in multiple directions; and the need to sell on and deliver to business rather than technical outcomes.
The channel needs facts
We live, increasingly, in a world of evidence-based cultures. What are the facts that channel executives need, in order to navigate the future?
The channel needs ideas
The channel understands its business. But…its business context, and the demands on its organization, are changing. The channel needs insight into what must be done to ensure a viable path forward
The channel needs momentum
MRR deals boost long-term profitability and investor confidence, while transactional product and service business keeps the lights on and the staff engaged. How can vendors work with channels to help boost momentum at this critical business juncture?
Techaisle’s data driven survey research can be augmented by custom research by leveraging the network of 250,000 channel partner respondents globally. Techaisle's channel recruitment methodology enables both new IT suppliers and estebalished vendors expand their channel members.