HelpSystems launches new global channel programme

HelpSystems' new worldwide channel programme will focus on its partners in EMEA, North America, Latin America and APAC

HelpSystems, a cybersecurity and automation software company, has launched its new worldwide channel programme, focusing on the strategic recruitment, development and enablement of its partners in EMEA, North America, Latin America and APAC.

The company also announced the appointment of Renee Ritter as the programme’s Managing Director. Ritter brings more than two decades of experience in senior sales management roles and is responsible for the programme strategy and direction worldwide.

Designed to allow partners to position complementary cybersecurity products as a solution to solve their customers’ growing security challenges, the programme will deliver comprehensive support to partners in their role as trusted advisors, allowing them to work closely with customers who are adding critical cybersecurity software.

The new programme supports five unique partner types, including Referral, VARs, Distributors, MSP/MSSPs and Strategic Alliance/OEM partners. Benefits are tied to programme type and solution groups, and partners must achieve the requirements applicable to their tier to qualify. 

HelpSystems’ growth 

Based in North America, with offices worldwide, HelpSystems has seen significant growth over the past few years by helping security and IT professionals build more secure and autonomous organisations. 30,000 customers around the globe use its cybersecurity solutions, including data classification, data loss prevention, secure file transfer and email security products from Agari, Boldon James, Clearswift, Digital Guardian, GoAnywhere and Globalscape, among others. 

Renee Ritter, Managing Director, Global Partner Program says: “Customers look to partners who clearly understand their challenges and help them with robust, effective, and adaptable solutions.

“By offering these capabilities through one cybersecurity vendor, partners avoid unnecessary overheads and complexity and provide their customers with all they need to support and solve their problems. We believe the development of this programme in 2022 will add significant value to existing and new partners, and the customers they serve.”

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