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Add to calendar 2018-06-26 12:00:00 2018-06-26 13:00:00 America/Atikokan How do your Channel programs stack up? The latest research on the programs, incentives and trends th Citrix false YYYY/MM/DD
Instructor: Rod Baptie
 
Event description:

In this session, Rod Baptie, President of Baptie & Co, will discuss the latest research on the programs, incentives, and trends that really matter in the Channel today. As a result, we can track the programs people are using, how satisfied they are with them, how much are companies spending on incentives, MDF and co-op and much more.

We will cover:

• Share the latest research on the Channel programs companies are implementing
• Share data on the incentives companies are offering their Channel partners
• Share insights on the effectiveness of our Channel partners
• Share data on the percentage of partners successfully transitioning to the cloud
• Share data on the percentage being paid to partners selling monthly recurring revenue offerings

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About the presenter:

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Rod has been involved with hi-tech since 1984. Formerly Managing Director of WBN (a leading hi-tech agency), Rod's introduction to hi-tech was the launch of dBase Ill and Framework in 1984. During the 1980’s, Rod was responsible for the successful launch of over 20 major technology companies into the European market. 

In 1993 Rod launched Baptie & Co, which grew rapidly to become world’s leading provider of best practice and how-to information for executives in the technology and telecom industries. Baptie & company’s communities and events provide invaluable insights on the latest trends, sales, marketing and management issues through peer to peer interaction.


A popular speaker at conferences and seminars worldwide, Rod is recognized as one of the leading thinkers in the IT/Telcom channels industry as well as building, running and managing those B2B communities.

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