We’re happy to announce that we’ve partnered with training delivery provider Fast Lane to offer greater support to Progress Partner+ members in Latin America. Fast Lane will be a cornerstone partner in the enablement area, bringing a rich catalog of e-learning and classroom training to Progress partners in Latin America to support them in both technical and sales practices.
This move is one in a series of latest developments we’ve been making to bolster our world-class partner program, which was recently awarded a 5-Star Rating by CRN. Our mission is to help partners maximize growth, increase revenue potential and drive new opportunities.
For example, Progress partner B&L Information Systems has recently leveraged the program to achieve dramatic business results. With over 400 customers across five countries, B&L provides integrated enterprise resource planning (ERP) and supply chain management (SCM) systems that enable metalcasters to drive increased efficiencies and improve profitability. Through the Progress Partner+ Program, B&L Information Systems has had access to a variety of strategies, tools and tactics to help improve sales, marketing and management techniques. As a result, the company quadrupled the number of deals it closed this year and reduced the average sales cycle by 50%.
Progress and its ecosystem of more than 2,000 partners support more than 5,000 applications, 4 million users, and 47,000 businesses. Therefore, it’s no surprise that the program is growing – adding new, large multi-national partners on a regular basis. Are you interested in becoming a partner? Learn here, or check us out on Twitter at @ProgressSW!
Vice President, Worldwide Partners and Channels.
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