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Ping adds channel and technology partner programmes

25 Feb 2019

Ping Identity, a provider of identity defined security solutions, has launched new programmes and benefits for its technology alliance and channel programme partners, including a new online partner directory, app integrations catalogue, education and training services, on-demand resources, and enhanced services.

Digital transformation is driving demand for identity and access management (IAM) solutions which is good news for Ping’s partner network. 

The transition from legacy to modern systems, combined with new industry regulations, have led companies to face complex issues in their IT environments which is where Ping Identity and its partners can provide support for those in need of IAM solutions.

“The Ping global partner network is an extensive group of leading advisors, systems integrators, resellers and technology companies,” says Ping Identity CEO Andre Durand. 

“With our strong global partner network and the investments we’re making in our partner ecosystem, we’re well positioned to continue enabling the expertise, value-added services and technology that are critical to driving success for our customers.” 

Ping Identity’s channel programme provides value-added resellers, distributors, managed service providers (MSPs) and systems integrators with tools and resources to support them in the enterprise identity market. 

The programme’s tiered structure includes Registered, Authorised, Preferred and Elite, affording partners the opportunity to advance and unlock new benefits at each level.

Ping’s Technology Alliance Program (TAP) fosters collaboration with other security leaders to create integrated solutions that solve unique IAM challenges, increase effectiveness of IAM products, and take advantage of emerging technologies. 

Ping’s Intelligent Identity Platform integrates with more than one hundred IAM vendors that provide complementary security technologies. 

The Technology Alliance Program’s tiered structure includes Emerging, Engaged and Established partners. 

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