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Nyansa, the user performance management provider, just announced a long list of partners that have joined its its channel program.
Nyansa lists the 10 new partners as World Wide Technology (WWT), Sirius Computer Solutions, SHI, Aercor Wireless, Radiant Networks, LongView Technology Services (LTS), Presidio, Gotham Technology Group, Prosys and Red Eye Network. Members of the “Voyers” channel partner program sell Nyansa’s network analytics offering.
Nyansa calls the platform the first user performance management and network assurance solution that is vendor-agnostic. It analyzes data from a variety of infrastructure, including unified communication systems, WAN data and IP network services.
David Callisch, vice president of marketing for Nyansa, tells us that businesses are overwhelmed with the increasing amount of data, devices and cloud-based applications, to the point where they are “disillusioned with traditional infrastructure management solutions.”
“Recent technology advances in the areas of big data, network analytics and cloud computing have created new opportunities to better harness the power of existing network data, not only to improve user productivity but also to improve top line corporate revenues,” Callisch said. “Until now, the channel community and enterprises alike have been handcuffed with single-vendor point solutions that simply don’t provide a complete picture of where potential issues are hiding and how to remediate them.”
Callisch says the Voyance product eliminates manual data analysis and provides more accessible and actionable insights to the enterprise. And it’s a boon for the partner, who can stay flexible and improve their recurring revenue.
“For channel partners, this means they now have a solution that completely complements other products and services that they sell without locking customers into a single architectural prison,” Callisch said. “Additionally, Voyance gives partners an annuity-based revenue model and a unique cloud offering that has zero impact on existing customer networks.”
Nyansa has been around since 2013 and is based in Palo Alto, California. Its founders tout their experience in the scholastic world – with Ph.D.s from MIT – and in the business world, with many of the company’s executives coming from Cisco and Aruba.
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April 19 2019 @ 18:17:02 UTC