Nutanix Announces New Partner Program Emphasizing Simplicity

Published On: September 21, 2020Categories: Buzz, Uncategorized

Nutanix, a San Jose-based company focused on enterprise cloud computing, has rolled out “Elevate,” a global partner program designed to bring VARs, VADs, SPs/Telcos, Hyperscalers, ISVs, integrators and other channel constituents into a single unified program.

The program leverages a consistent set of tools, resources, and marketing platforms provided in a new portal. Further enhancements include a new deal registration initiative, and a unified badging structure.

“Our vision has always been about simplicity, from the technology we innovate to the way we do business, and Elevate will deliver that vision to the entire partner ecosystem – enabling them to leverage market shifts toward subscription-based, multi-product, multicloud delivery of IT for their customers,” said Christian Alvarez, Senior Vice President of Worldwide Channels at Nutanix. “Our new Elevate partner program significantly deepens our commitment to all partner types around the world, and the enhancements we are rolling out today are just the beginning of many more exciting updates to come so we can partner even more effectively.”

The program includes a grandfather clause to ensure there are no interruptions to existing incentives from the previous Channel Charter program. Additionally, Nutanix has launched the new Americas Partner Support Center (PSC) – a team of channel sales, system engineers, and marketing resources – who will be available to assist the partner community with presales support.

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The new program is intended to bring together all types of channel partners with a single program architecture that delivers simplification, profitability, and an accelerated multi-product, multicloud roadmap.

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