Deep Six announces partner program
Deep Six Technologies, provider of the most innovative and effective anti-spam appliances on the market, yesterday announced the details and availability of its new Deep Six Partner Program. Effective immediately, the company is accepting applications from Value-Added Resellers and Managed Service Providers who are ready to experience the simplicity, attractive margins, and exploding demand associated with the industry's most innovative and effective anti-spam appliances.
VARs and MSPs will enjoy impressive program benefits, including
- Attractive discounts on purchases and annual subscription renewals;
- Generous co-op marketing funds;
- Sales and technical partner training;
- Professional sales tools; and
- Level 2 customer support
The company claims that their anti-spam appliance utilizes an approach that is truly unique in the industry. Unlike virtually every other solution on the market, its patent-pending technology blocks spam at the source before it enters corporate networks, by using highly effective algorithms and artificial intelligence techniques that anticipate spam at the connection level, and deny access. Traditional approaches allow spam onto mail servers and then scan its content using keywords, rules, or statistical methods. These systems waste precious IT and personnel resources, overwhelming servers with unwanted, potentially malicious messages, and forcing staff to waste valuable time reviewing quarantine folders.
"Just like larger organizations, virtually every business with limited IT resources has a pressing need to stop the flood of unwanted email that clogs mail servers, saps network performance, and drains staff productivity. Our pioneering approach to eliminating spam, and our single-minded focus on simplicity is exactly what SMB firms with limited IT staffs are looking for. This program offers VARs and MSPs an unprecedented opportunity to share in the success of Deep Six and its unmatched products and technologies," said Bernard Tracol, CEO for Deep Six.
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