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Neebula Announces Global Partner Program to Fuel Channel Growth

Program offers leading incentives for partners to improve enterprise IT operations via service-centric management approach

Neebula Systems, the only provider of business-level service modeling, management, and automated full-stack discovery and dependency mapping solutions, announces its comprehensive partner program aimed at helping solution providers, system integrators and software makers to deliver more comprehensive IT service-centric management (ITScM) solutions to customers.

The program offers new certifications, incentives, demonstration kits, lead sharing, and sales and technical training education options designed to extend partner reach and increase revenues. There are three categories of programs with commensurate rewards for partners at each level:

  • Reseller/Referral Partner Program - targeted at global and regional Systems Integration firms with an IT management focus. Levels include Platinum, Gold, Silver, and Bronze partners.
  • Fulfillment Partner Program - targeted at global and regional Professional Services firms and Systems Integration companies with an IT management focus. Levels include Implementation, Support, and Practice partners.
  • Independent Software Vendor (ISV) Partner Program - targeted at software firms focused on IT Management and related applications wishing to OEM/bundle Neebula technology.

"We support partners that provide customers with technologies and services that complement Neebula ServiceWatch software, used for automated discovery and mapping the relationship of business services to IT servers, software, network, and storage devices," said Ilan Shmargad, vice president of business development, Neebula. "Our partners can differentiate themselves by utilizing Neebula's innovative technology to offer new and complementary services that reduce costs and improve quality of IT service. At the same time, partners can realize new revenue streams."

The Neebula partner program offers maximum flexibility. For example, each partner can become members of multiple program categories depending upon their specific needs and expertise. Neebula partners receive extensive sales and technical training along with varying levels of sales support and compensation based upon the different program tiers. Additionally, partners that achieve Platinum status enjoy other benefits including cooperative sales planning and co-marketing investments. Additional details on the new Neebula partner program can be found at www.neebula.com/partners/partner-with-neebula.

"We are very excited about this compelling partnership as Neebula ServiceWatch delivers a demonstrable value in mapping complex IT environments from the top of the business service to the bowels of the data center," said Carlos Aguiar, CEO, Extension, a Neebula Platinum Reseller partner. "Our intent is to accelerate our mission of making clients more profitable and competitive by marrying Neebula's strengths with our extensive relationships and knowledge of the local market. In turn, this alliance will further our goal of being the premier choice of technology consulting partners."

"Neebula is looking to build on our success with a handful of current partners that include global and regional IT management companies with complementary software offerings, as well as consulting and professional services firms highly specialized in business services implementations," said Shmargad. "Working together with our partners, we help customers achieve higher availability and improved quality of IT service and support with measurable return-on-investment (ROI)."

About Neebula Systems
Neebula Systems, the premier service-centric IT management company, provides the only business-level service modeling, management, and automated full-stack discovery and dependency mapping solution, encouraging organizations to shift from managing data center silos (servers, network, storage, applications) to managing end-user business services (examples: CRM, billing, tax payment, fund transfer services). Leveraging unique technology that automatically maps business services to the underlying infrastructure, the enhanced visibility available through Neebula software allows IT to increase service availability, reduce costs, and improve operational performance and efficiency. Neebula has an installed base of global enterprises, Fortune 5000 companies, and government/education customers in Europe and North America, including Amdocs, Bechtel, Ceva, EL AL Airlines, and leading firms in the financial service market, among others. Headquartered in New York and Tel Aviv, the company is the leading innovator in service-centric IT management, including discovery automation, business service modeling, dependency mapping, and impact analysis. Neebula is interoperable with CMDB software from BMC Software, Computer Associates (CA), Hewlett-Packard (HP), IBM, and ServiceNow.

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