Still riding high after a busy and successful third quarter of 2007, Sentillion on Tuesday kept up the pace with the launch of its new Channel Partner Program, created to empower the value-added resellers and other partners who distribute and support the company’s products.
Sentillion offers a variety of virtual contact center and remote log-on software solutions, many of them geared toward healthcare organizations. That market is the focus of the company’s new Partner Program, the idea being to make it easier for healthcare organizations to select and use software that enables single sign-on, clinical workstations, user provisioning and virtualized remote access.
Plus, of course, the program will help Sentillion’s partners be more successful.
“We designed the program to be 100 percent partner-centric around three key principles: a dedication to partner profitability, ease of doing business and joint sales engagement,” said John Gobron, the company’s vice president of worldwide channel relationships.
Charter members of Sentillion’s Partner Program include Logic Trends of Atlanta, Georgia (a consulting firm and systems integrator), Compudyne of Deluth, Minnesota (a systems integrator) and Mile High Technologies of Castle Rock, Colorado (a provider of healthcare information technology solutions).
Sentillion’s Identity and Access Management solutions , the company said, are in use by more than 335,000 caregivers at 525 hospitals in the U.S. and UK. The company claims it was the first to market with a single sign-on (SSO) solution that runs on a network appliance.
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