DomainTools lifts lid on new Channel Partner Program

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Cybersecurity threat intelligence firm DomainTools has announced its new Channel Partner Program, designed to provide comprehensive support to global resellers and further its enterprise reach.

The new initiative offers two programme options for partners: a tiered Reseller Partner Program and a new Referral Partner Program, of which partners can opt to leverage one or both engagement models to align with their specific go-to-market objectives.

Through the Reseller arm of the new Partner Program, businesses can engage with DomainTools on joint sales opportunities and resell its products and services to their customers.

The Referral option then adds the opportunity to introduce DomainTools to existing or potential clients and earn referral fees for successful transactions.

As well as being able to use the firm’s comprehensive threat intelligence and investigation platform, partners can also expand profitability with customers by working with DT’s sales teams, as well as access training and enablement content to build experience in the cybersecurity specialist’s services.

“The launch of the Channel Partner Program reinforces DomainTools’ commitment to making cybersecurity a top priority across business relationships,” said Richard Ludwig, Channel Operations Manager at DomainTools.

“With data breaches remaining an almost daily occurrence, and phishing attacks and malware exfiltration which precede them showing no signs of slowing down, we hope our commitment to Channel partnerships in the security space can help bring the fight to cybercriminals.”

The programme is currently being spearheaded in conjunction with current DomainTools partner Evant, a European sales acceleration and channel growth consultancy and cybersecurity reseller.

Thanks to the collaborative effort, Evant said it has successfully brought DomainTools solutions to customers in six countries across Europe, representing government, CERTs, large enterprise, as well as MSSP sectors.

“Our partnership with DomainTools is built on trust, mutual commitment, and willingness to demonstrate flexibility and shared goals towards customers,” commented Leszek-Jan Konopka, Evat owner.

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