Xerox Captures CRN 5-Star Rating for Robust Global Partner Program
Top marks distinguish the Xerox® Global Partner Program in The Channel Company’s 2020 Partner Program Guide.
The Channel Company’s annual Partner Program Guide is the definitive listing of the most rewarding partner programs from technology companies that provide products and services through the IT channel. The 5-Star rating is awarded to an elite group of companies that offer channel partners the best of the best in their partner programs. The 2020 Xerox® Global Partner Program stands among the best technology suppliers in the IT channel, providing maximum value and support for partners.
The Channel Company’s 5-Star Rating is based on several factors, including investments in program offerings, partner profitability, partner training, education and support, marketing programs and resources, sales support, and communication. The Xerox Program ticks each box with a new program structure, greater flexibility, and lucrative benefits. An innovative Software Track rewards software activity, and Accreditation certification and new solutions such as Xerox® Intelligent Workplace Services (IWS) support Partners and their clients with more solutions and resources to meet the changing needs of today’s businesses.
The 2020 Partner Program Guide will be featured in the April issue of CRN® and online at www.CRN.com/ppg.
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