Commvault enhances Managed Service Provider and Aggregator Partner Programmes

Commvault has enhanced its Managed Service Provider and Aggregator Partner Advantage Programmes.

“One of Commvault’s main objectives is to always provide our partners with Intelligent Data Services that help organisations protect and manage data and applications in an increasingly hybrid and multi-cloud world,” said John Tavares, Vice President, Global Channels and Alliances. “The enhancements to our MSP and Aggregator programmes help our partners achieve these goals, meet challenges head-on, and future-proof their business. Our solutions are industry-leading and we provide the tools, benefits, experience, and support that enable partners to help their customers safely protect and manage their data in any environment – on-prem, cloud, or SaaS.”

The MSP Partner Advantage Programme offers a range of benefits with clearly identified tier promotional requirements and incentives, rewarding partners for driving consumption. MSP partners are also provided with flexible licencing and consumption options that include both subscription and utility agreements to align with customer demand. With partner success as a key foundation, Commvault offers free training resources and curriculums designed to build competency, helping both MSPs and Aggregators operate and grow their “Commvault Powered” practice.

In addition, Commvault plans to add Metallic for MSPs to its Partner Advantage Programme later this year, enabling its MSP partners to broaden their service catalogs and grow their business with the agility of SaaS.

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