PCI Ltd. legt Partner-USA-Programm auf
London/Vienna, VA - PCI PROJECT CONSULT International and Nexvista announce their joint PartnerUSA program, which will identify the needs of over 120 US solution providers for new software solutions in content management and document related technologies.
Solution providers, often termed value added resellers, provide turnkey systems for their clients based on products from software and hardware vendors. In spite of the slowing of the US economy, the solution providing business continues to be buoyant. In 2000, the top 500 solution providers delivered $278 billion in sales – up over 10% on the previous year. The largest solution provider, IBM Global Services, with revenue of over $33 billion in 2000, continues to be bullish about its future growth. Other companies such as Compaq and HP are working to rapidly grow their solutions businesses. For vendors of software solutions with indirect sales models, identifying the right channel partners is key for their success.
Under the PartnerUSA program, more than 120 solution providers will be contacted in the USA. These companies are already active in supply of content management solutions or other solutions based on document related technologies. The PartnerUSA program will contact key individuals from these solution providers to determine what new solutions they need for their clients and prospects. Areas covered will include knowledge management, email management, e-business process management, application portals, enterprise report management, EBPP, digital signatures, document capture, etc.
The PartnerUSA program is open to participation from vendors that have products for content management and other document related solutions. Participants will receive the following deliverables:
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Profile of over 120 solution providers that are already active in supply of content management solutions and other solutions based on document related technologies.
Contact details, including name, position, phone and e-mail address, for key individuals at these solution providers.
The specific additional solution needs within the broad areas of content management and document related technologies, identified by each solution provider.
The results in both a report format and an ACT! database.
The program will commence on October 1 and will be completed by December, 2001. For more information and participation in the program please mailto:email@example.com. (MH/PAS)