N-able Technologies has been awarded a 5-Star rating for its channel partner program and named to CRN Magazine’s 2012 Partner Programs Guide. The 2012 CRN5-Star Rating and Partner Programs Guide is the definitive listing of manufacturers and software publishers that deliver products and derive sales through the IT channel.
N-able attributes its ongoing success and market leadership within the MSP community to several differentiators including the company’s business-minded approach to partner enablement, relentless pursuit of winning the hearts and minds of IT technicians around the world and its 100 percent IT coverage model and freemium software strategy.
“The CRN 5-Star rating is a designation we strive for each year because it reflects our unyielding dedication to supporting our partners’ ongoing success,” says Gavin Garbutt, CEO, N-able Technologies. “Our sales and partner development teams have earned a reputation for being the best in the industry by staying focused on the business needs and pain points of our partners and showing them how to transform their businesses to become market-leading MSPs.”
In building the list, UBM Channel Research developed a methodology in which vendors are assessed on information provided through submitted applications and reviewed by the CRN editorial team. The objective criteria takes into account each vendor’s investments in program offerings, partner profitability, partner training, education and support, marketing programs and resources, sales support and communication.
“The companies listed in CRN’s 2012 Partner Programs Guide represent a comprehensive list of the best channel programs in the market today,” said Kelley Damore, vice president and editorial director for UBM Channel’s CRN. “The 5-star award is reserved for vendors that understand that a successful partnership does not rely solely on the technology. By offering their partners tools, education and regular updates, vendors on this list go above and beyond traditional support to ensure a mutually beneficial partnership.”