NetBrain Technologies, the primary supplier of network automation and visibility solutions for hybrid cloud-connected networks, recently announced an upgraded channel partner program that offers more resources and the opportunity to create new revenue streams for partners by providing contracted services for NetBrain in their accounts.
The enhanced program includes the following:
Dedicated partner managers and resources.
More comprehensive MDF programs.
New sales tools.
Joint selling assistance.
NetBrain's annual recurring revenue (ARR) has grown by 220% in the last three years while maintaining a net revenue retention rate of 118%, which is industry-leading. The improved channel partner program results from successful partnerships over the years, allowing resellers to take advantage of the growing demand for NetBrain's solutions. There will also be upcoming program features designed for managed service providers in 2023.
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About NetBrain Technologies
NetBrain Technologies is a software company that specializes in network automation solutions. The firm was founded in 2004 and is headquartered in Burlington, Massachusetts. Its flagship product is its network automation platform, which uses AI and ML to provide end-to-end network visibility and automation capabilities. In addition, the platform includes features such as network mapping, diagnostics, automated network documentation, and integrations with other network management tools. The company serves various industries, including telecommunications, financial services, healthcare, and government. Its customers include major companies such as Cisco, AT&T, and Sprint.