Apparent Networks, a provider of network fault and performance management solutions, has announced the launch of its worldwide Authorized Reseller Program, which allows IT solution providers to participate in the market for Apparent Networks’ path-based tools. The company also announced it has signed Kenson Engineering Ltd. as its first European partner selling to enterprise, nonprofit and government customers throughout EMEA.
The Authorized Reseller Program enables participants to sell and support PathView, a software application that provides IT teams with the end-to-end network visibility they need to effectively manage new, distributed applications. With PathView, companies can more closely monitor their own environments and precisely assess the performance of their carrier’s and service provider’s networks in real time. PathView had previously been available solely from Apparent Networks via a direct sales force.
“We are looking to selectively expand the distribution of our solution through strategic partnerships with companies like Kenson,” said Keith Bartlett, Apparent Networks’ vice president of business development. “Our PathView reseller program gives traditional network management resellers the opportunity to bring complementary technology to their customers to help them more easily manage complex, cloud-based networks. Kenson is exceptionally qualified to bring PathView to a broader group of customers.”
As a member of the Apparent Networks Authorized Reseller Program, companies have access to a range of support from Apparent Networks, including technical resources, marketing programs and training.