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Innovolt Launches Partner Program

by Imaging Solution Bureau

Innovolt Inc. announces the launch of its “Power Up Program,”a channel partner program designed to give additional revenue streams to value add resellers (VARs), system integrators (SIs) and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). With growing demand for its solutions, Innovolt is investing in channel partner enablement to complement its direct sales force and enable expansion into additional markets.

Innovolt’s technology has been tested and proven to save customers millions of dollars in reduced service calls and increase revenue by ensuring equipment reliability. As demand continues to grow for this solution, Innovolt is identifying new channel partners who offer compelling products and services that enhance its ability to deliver to new verticals and markets.

Through the “Power Up Program,” Innovolt will actively support partners who introduce its technology platform to new customers and industries with comprehensive sales, technical and marketing support. From easy-to-use sales toolkits to advanced training to incentives, the program has been designed to ensure a successful partner launch. “We built this program to connect Innovolt’s intelligent asset management technology with channel partners who offer complementary products, thereby increasing our ability to provide enhanced protection and cost savings for end users globally,” says Todd Baillie, vice president, channel sales for Innovolt.

“We look forward to working with new VARs, SIs and OEMs to integrate our offering and improve the performance of business critical electronic assets worldwide.” In today’s highly digital world, electronic equipment plays a vital role. However, the same equipment we rely on daily is extremely vulnerable to the damaging effects of the power supply as well as the environment where the equipment resides. Most are unaware that power issues alone cost the U.S. industry as much as $188 billion per year, according to the Electric Power Research Institute.

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