Peak's Updated Partner Program Helps Agents, VARs Embrace Cloud
By Kimberly Koerth
February 10, 2014 - News
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Peak has launched an updated channel partner program structured to help partners rapidly enter – what is for some – a highly profitable cloud services market.

Peak’s three partnership tiers – agent, reseller and white label – are designed to allow channel partners to invest in a cloud practice without the capital expenditure, in-house expertise and, in some cases, operational support that are required for delivering cloud services.

Peak sells exclusively via its partner program, ensuring what the company says is zero competition within client deals. Its patented Layer 2 network topology allows fast, seamless and secure migrations from a data center, customer premise or from any cloud into the Peak cloud infrastructure – giving Peak partners a competitive advantage and rapid cloud deployment, the company said.

“We know the cloud and we understand what makes channel partners succeed," Peak founder and CEO Luke Norris said. “As one of the first companies to fully embrace the cloud and offer enterprise-class cloud services, Peak has the expertise, tools and resources to meet the needs of resellers, agents and distributors alike. Our unique 100 percent channel-centric model means we don’t compete with our partners, we only make money when our partners make money. We are excited to expand our partner program and help more partners successfully harness all that the cloud has to offer."

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