IBS Australia have announced the launch of the Global Alliance Partner Program and currently recruit both local, regional and global alliance partners in all areas of the world to market and partner with IBS Australia to sell prospective customers, IBS ERP software solutions.
The Global Alliance Partner Program is patterned after the successful Alliance Partner Program piloted in the IBS America’s organization. Launching the program worldwide enables IBS Australia to place greater emphasis on growing markets such as Asia and Eastern Europe, while continuing to develop and work with partners in markets, where IBS Australia are already well established. Partners accepted into the program will be eligible for a range of benefits from highly competitive software commissions to co-marketing resources. The flexibility of the Global Alliance Partner Program allows for partners to benefit from an international company with a strong product portfolio and great client references.
To ensure success of the Global Alliance Partner Program, IBS Australia have promoted Brett A. Paternoster to Director of Global Partners and Alliances. Brett has over 10 years of experience in working with partners, including IBM and Microsoft. During the last 3 years he has built up the America’s Alliance Partner Program to include over 80 partners, which in turn has been a contributing factor in the development of the IBS America’s operations. In addition Brett will also work with the IBS Global Solution Partners.
According to Mark Cockings, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing for IBS Australia, the Global Alliance Partner Program is a key component of the IBS Australia strategy as the company look to enter new markets as well as strengthen the existing market position by partnering with leading IT companies, consultants and infrastructure providers to provide the customers with IBS Distribution Management software solutions. The Program will enable IBS Australia to provide customers a more agile delivery of the solutions, while increasing IBS routes to market in 2009 and years to come.