Thoughtonomy, a leading intelligent automation platform provider, has launched a new partner portal to support its enhanced channel program. The portal, which is built on the Channeltivity partner relationship management software platform, is a key component of the company’s shift toward a 100% indirect sales model.
In February, Thoughtonomy announced that, as part of its strategic growth plan, it was setting out to increase its channel business from 45% of transactions to over 90% in the following 12 months. Last month, the company reported that it has already grown transactions through its channel business to 65%, signaling that it is well on course to achieve its goal of 90% by February 2019.
The new portal offers users a variety of functions. The company prioritized giving partners the ability to register opportunities and align themselves with both their partner manager and the Thoughtonomy sales team, Dean Chapman, chief commercial officer, told CMR.
It provides partners with a forum to exchange feedback, ask questions and access Thoughtonomy’s live Facebook feed, and 24/7 access to training and co-branded marketing materials. The portal features “a simple yet sophisticated interface that makes it easy for Thoughtonomy staff and users alike to adopt and navigate,” said Chapman.
The portal is currently a stand-alone application but integration with Thoughtonomy’s CRM system is anticipated.
Thoughtonomy’s network of strategic partners spans more than 150 countries worldwide, ensuring the company has local representation and skilled resources to deliver intelligent automation to businesses across all sectors.
“We’re making great strides in recruiting like-minded, ambitious partners who can see the huge benefits that intelligent automation can deliver to their customers, and also the opportunity to drive their own revenues within this rapidly growing, innovative market,” said Terry Walby, CEO and founder of Thoughtonomy. “We will continue to recruit strategic partners to help us scale our operations globally and hit our growth plans.”