Premier Program Offers Increased Incentives while Focusing on Expertise and Long-Term Growth
Pearl River, NY – OnSSI has launched a new Premier Partner Program that establishes a new model of collaboration with its reseller network by highly incentivizing proficiency, commitment and long-term growth. To further build on its position as the market leader in open-architecture and intelligent IP video surveillance software, OnSSI is extending the opportunity for enrollment to all of the company’s Certified Channel Partners. The new Premier Partner Program allows enrollees to achieve Silver, Gold or Platinum status, reflecting their proficiency and success, while taking into account the partner’s mode and scale of operation.
The new Premier Partner Program allows participants to be part of a unique group of professionals entrusted to best serve OnSSI’s vast base of end-users, while enjoying a host of benefits which may include:
“While our products can be considered the intelligence that drives video surveillance systems, ultimately it’s the connection we have with our dealers that goes beyond budget targets, creates long term value and benefits everyone involved,” said Brad Anderson, National Sales Manager-Channel Partners, OnSSI. “We’ve created this program to emphasize quality over quantity, and we’ve devoted quite a bit of real estate on our website to serve as a home base for our exclusive teams. We believe our new Premier Partner Program gives our partners the tools they need to succeed and grow in the industry.”
OnSSI is creating a new era of video surveillance in which intuitive software is an active partner in the security process at thousands of installations globally, in public safety, government, enterprise, industrial, and educational settings. The company's flagship Ocularis IP video security and surveillance software platform delivers open architecture, scalability and automation of the security process while reducing operational costs. OnSSI's Ocularis-X, provides web clients access to multiple live and playback HD video streams at full frame rate (30 fps) for superior detection and identification.