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  1. Building PartnershipsA Review of different Partner programs Presented by Tracy Ragan CEO, Catalyst Systems Corporation Eclipse Member since 2002

  2. 3 top reasons to Partner? • Increased Market exposure. • Improved Communication for sharing technical information. • Its good to have friends to help solve customer problems.

  3. Common Types of Partnerships • Alliance Partnerships • Re-Sellers • System Integrators • Solution Providers

  4. Alliance Partnerships • Focus on sharing technology and working with customers • Goal is to solve customer problems when two technologies must work together and a commercial integration is not available.

  5. Re-Sellers • Focus is on product sales. • Partners who have common tools can share leads or distribute partner products. • Tip – consider a Solution Provider agreement as well when working as a re-seller.

  6. System Integrators • Focus is on improving technology with “best of breed” solutions. • Goal is to build commercially supported integrations between software solutions with a strong common ground. • Tip – consider a Solution Provider agreement as well when working as a re-seller.

  7. Solution Providers • Focus is on Consulting Services. • Goal is to provide customers with certified consultants for product installation and implementation.

  8. Examples of Partner Programs • IBM Business Partner • If you have an Eclipse Plug-in, consider submitting it for validation under the IBM-SDP for “Ready for Rational”. • Benefits: • Immediate recognition by the IBM customer base. • Shared marketing opportunities. • Go to - http://www-1.ibm.com/partnerworld • Speak to Donna Rowe or Stephen Lauzon, IBM Business Development – IBM SDP

  9. Examples of Partner Programs • Borland Technology Program • Benefits • Access to critical information for building integrated solutions with the Borland products. • Exposure on the Borland Global Partner directory • Go to http://www.borland.com/us/partners/become/technology.html

  10. Examples of Partner Programs • Computer Associates • Channel Partner Program – Embedded Technology • Benefits: • Access to CA solutions for integration • Exposure as a CA Channel Partner • Go to http://ca.com/channel/cpp/isv.htm

  11. Example Partner Programs • Serena Technology Alliance Partner • Benefits • Integration into the Serena Software Solutions. • Global exposure as a Serena Technology Partner. • Go to http://www.serena.com/partners

  12. Example Partner Programs • MKS Technology Partner • Benefits: • Integration of complimentary technologies. • Shared customer relationships. • Exposure as a Technology partner. • Go to: http://www.mks.com/partners/programs

  13. Summary • Tips: • Look for partner programs that give you access to solutions that have an affinity to your own. • Ask to have the program customized to your particular needs. • Before joining – look at the overall cost of the program and cost of customizing your solution. • Ask about shared marketing opportunities. • Coordinate the different partnerships – i.e., Re-seller and Solution Provider.