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ESET launches new Partner Programme offering incentives and technical training

Cybersecurity company ESET has launched its new Partner Programme, designed to help both new and existing partners unlock their full sales potential through a series of incentives, benefits, and training courses.

The programme offers partners dedicated account management support along with lead generation and marketing assistance throughout their sales journey.

As part of its ongoing commitment to the channel, ESET says its Partner Programme recognises that there is no one-size-fits-all approach when it comes to helping partners achieve their growth objectives. To reflect this, ESET has built upon its previous success in the channel by streamlining its offerings in a way that makes it easy for partners of all types and sizes to take full advantage of the services available to them. This is in addition to ESET’s recent move to allocate more account managers and provide customer-focused support to partners.

“ESET has been pioneering in the cybersecurity industry for over thirty years. And, as a channel-driven business, the success of our partners sits at the centre of everything we do. The launch of our Channel Partner Programme is a way for us to further enable our partners to grow and develop their business with ESET. From dedicated account management and tailored training packages to bespoke sales and marketing resources, we are here to support our partners with industry-leading experience as well as our multi-award-winning technology,” commented David Mole, ESET’s channel director.

“The new technical training will enable partners and their engineers to fully understand the products they are deploying in this ever-changing threat landscape.

“Since our driving goal is to make the digital world a safer place for everyone to enjoy, explore and do business, our channel partners play a key role in making this a reality and we want to make sure that they have all the resources they need.”

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