Coronet, an Israel- and New York-based company specializing in security-as-a-service powered by AI and Cloud, has expanded its channel program to more fully address the needs of managed service providers serving small-to-medium businesses.
Benefits include minimized need for human intervention, due to the product’s AI engine; premium technical support, sales and marketing materials, training and sales support; and also built-in integration with popular SaaS applications such as Dropbox, Office365, Google G-Suite; and 24/7 monitoring.
“There are more than 100 million small and medium sized businesses worldwide that are becoming accustomed to being under constant threat of cyberattack,” said Len Crosson, Coronet’s CRO. “With limited resources and budgets, small businesses have begun to turn to MSPs more and more to manage their security. Through this extension of our channel program, MSPs will now have the ability to offer enterprise-grade security that was purposefully built for smaller companies, and as such, will not be forced to masquerade one of their enterprise technologies as an SMB solution.”
In 2018, Coronet increased its monthly active user count from 300,000 to 2.5 million. The MSP program has already secured partnerships with Optiv, SHI, Chorus Communications, Zog and Redington. To date, more than 90 percent of all Coronet sales have been generated by partners around the world, which include Lenovo and Dropbox.
The expansion of the channel program is expected to enable MSPs to more effectively service small and mid-sized businesses with enterprise-grade data breach protection while benefitting from low cost of operation & recurring revenue.