The distie, like many, centres its efforts around education and training for its partners, which it hopes will boost morale and help them sell more products.
And according to Arnet the company is riding the wave of success as a result of a range of initiatives launched over the past year. This includes its enablement training programs, aimed at the SME market, and helped bring in the bucks for the resellers in this sector.
The distie has also launched major programmes including the Microsoft Training Academy and Microsoft Customer Immersion Experience, which it claims are doing so well that they have been over-subscribed and forced the company to lay on more of these events over the next month, while its Symantec and VMware launch and learn events have also paid off.
The company, which said it a statement that it believed “education and training were key enablers for its reseller partners” has now launched two more programs for March.
Veeam Campus is a program claimed to provide training and certification for Veeam products, while Cloud Advance has been created in partnership with UberGlobal and Microsoft to assist resellers in identifying and capitalising on cloud service opportunities.
The distie warned that interest in both new programs was strong already and early registrations were filling quickly.
IM resellers can register for both free programs immediately.