Vivotek To Reach 100 Channel Partners In India By 2018
New Delhi: IP surveillance security provider Vivotek plans to reach 100 active channel partners by mid-2018. The company hopes to accelerate its business growth with its full-stack channel partner program for both new and existing partners.
The channel partner program by Vivotek enables its partners to leverage the organization’s position as a leader in the IP surveillance segment, and in the process, further scale its business. Apart from channel partners, the program also includes dealers, resellers and system integrators.
Commenting on the company’s future plans, Sanjeev Gulati, India and SAARC Country Manager, Vivotek Inc said, “At Vivotek, we are always committed to provide our channel partners with extended services, resources, and margins to sustain their competitive advantage and ensure the success of our business in the long run. Moreover, our Partner Program enables all our channel partners to scale their own businesses by strengthening Vivotek’s position in the fast developing network video solution market.”
Vivotek is currently working with 75 channel partners across India, and is promoting their growth under its partner program, which is available to all those who are purchasing from Vivotek-authorized distributors. The program is designed at three levels, viz. Bronze, Silver and Gold, and offers various exclusive benefits to all Vivotek partners.
To stay top of the industry and strengthen networks with partners, Vivotek Warrior Academy is a global education initiative created by Vivotek. The program provides comprehensive courses for fundamental knowledge, system design, and technical details essential for IP surveillance systems to enhance professional expertise and maintain competitive edge in today’s market.
Through the growing proliferation of IoT, Vivotek is now bullish on IoT by drawing on its expansive technological capabilities in image and audio. The Company has established offices and subsidiaries in the United States (California), Europe (Netherlands), India (Delhi), Middle East (Dubai), and Latin America (Mexico) in less than a decade.