Riverbed Technology, Inc. announced its business strategy for growth in the region.
It stands out its presence throughout Latin America and its permanent work in markets such as: Brazil, Mexico, Chile, Colombia, Peru and Ecuador. Moreover, its desire to continue making progress in the development of Central America and the Caribbean.
To this purpose, within its value-added wholesaler model, it highlights the experience and valuable work of Adistec, as an ally that consolidates its growth and presence in Latin America.
In order to continue moving forward in the continent, Riverbed expects to grow 35% this year, and to focus on other areas, for example, the one that allows companies’ security solutions to work better.
And this is because Riverbed provides visibility into what may be happening in the network, to take protection and security actions more quickly, and be better prepared for possible cyber-attacks.
Benefits for the Channel
Riverbed’s channel program is focused on mutual growth and has been significantly strengthened in recent years to bring partners the best possibilities for business development.
Although Riverbed’s solutions are not day-to-day and take time to understand, prepare and implement, they strengthen the channel portfolio and deliver an offer oriented to the needs of all types of companies, added Charlie Coulange, Regional Channel Sales Manager – Southeast & LATAM at Riverbed.
The channel program has benefits in terms of enabling tools related to the program’s portal, where channels can learn and receive technical training.
The channel can participate in any of the four levels proposed for business development: Resellers, Distributors, Service Providers or System Integrators.
One of the outstanding benefits is the opportunity to become a level 1 and 2 support partner (RASP). In addition, you can also receive up to 3 free technical certifications, each valued at $3,000.
Reverbed is here to stay, our main interest is that the channels benefit and manage to position our solutions in different sectors where they seek to protect networks and motivate cybersecurity, concluded Coulange.