Lunarpages Announces Channel Partner Program

. June 19, 2012

Lunarpages Internet Solutions, announced the launch of their Channel Partner Program built to benefit IT Consultants, Value Added Resellers (VAR), System Integrators, Agencies and SaaS companies among many other service industries.

The Channel Partner Program will concentrate on partners that will refer or resell Lunarpages Colocation, Dedicated, Managed Hosting services and Cloud offerings. Partners will be able to strengthen their relationships and become a trusted advisor by leveraging Lunarpages’ award winning services. In addition, with over 150K customers worldwide, Lunarpages will be developing strategic partner relationships to expand on the services to support the needs of their clients.

The program was developed to eliminate the complexity that exists today with other hosting channel partner programs by removing limits on compensation and making it easier to manage. Partners will be able to receive 15% commissions or credits on an evergreen model which will also include customer upgrades. “Our ability to develop an easy to understand, easy to do business program, will be a game changer. We believe the passion that our support teams have will be a great resource for partners to utilize.” said Johnny Perales, Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “Being a leader in the hosting industry, backed by industry-leading Service Level Agreements (SLA), gives our partners peace of mind that their clients will be supported by a Customer First experience.”

Some of the benefits of the Lunarpages Channel Partner Program include:

Dedicated Sales Account Managers
Pre-Sales and Post Technical Resources
Easy to Understand Program
Ability to support the Lunarpages Customer Base
Marketing Development Funds (MDF) in lieu of Commissions
Discounts to referred clients
15% Evergreen Commission
Commissions Paid on Upgrades

To learn more and apply to become a Lunarpages Channel Partner please visit: http://www.lunarpages.com/partners

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