Digium Named to CRN 2016 Cloud Partner Program Guide

By Emily Arnold

crn_ppg_cloud-400We are proud to announce that Digium has been named in the CRN 2016 Cloud Partner Program Guide!

CRN’s Cloud Partner Program Guide is a compilation of the leading cloud technology vendors who provide exceptional partner programs for enabling the growth and success of solution providers. CRN’s guide is designed to help cloud technology resellers find the ideal vendor for their business. It is regarded as the industry standard for identifying top notch vendors and facilitating the means for connecting vendors and solution providers.

Qualification for being named in the guide is rigorous. CRN’s research team carefully examines each vendor’s partner program and looks for unique benefits available to solution providers. Inclusion into the guide also requires several foundational practices, including provision of resources, training, and financial incentives.     

Digium’s cloud partner program not only meets, but exceeds these requirements with its tiered structure designed to best suit a partner’s capabilities and business model. Additionally, our program provides our cloud resellers with incentives, benefits, training, certification and marketing promotions to help them gain a competitive advantage in the hosted VoIP market.

We are honored to be included in CRN’s prestigious Cloud Partner Program Guide for 2016. It serves as confirmation that our program is designed to benefit our partners and to ensure their success. We are thankful for all of our channel partners and are committed to serving them through our partner program.

If you are interested in joining our award-winning partner program, check out our partner page or join our monthly overview webinar and chat session.  

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Emily Arnold

Emily is the Content Strategist for Digium. In this role, she leads the content marketing strategy to further develop and execute upon Digium’s overall brand messaging, value propositions, competitive differentiators, and industry standing as a thought leader. Prior to joining Digium in 2013, Emily worked with engineering and e-commerce companies to develop their SEO, social media, and content strategies. She graduated with honors from the University of Alabama in Huntsville with a BSBA in Management and Marketing.

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