At NRG Global, our performance testing solutions combine all the critical angles — from
the technical to the business perspective, from availability to performance management,
and from alerting and notifying to reporting and analysis.
The NRG Global Partner Network enables partners to engage with NRG Global to deliver
high levels of customer satisfaction. With our partners’ industry expertise and specialized
knowledge, we extend our services to help clients maximize their technology investments.
The Partner Program is designed to provide the right resources, maximum assistance, and
various benefits to both our partners and our mutual customers.
- Increased revenue
- Higher customer satisfaction
- Enhanced functionalities and easy deployment
- Reduced costs
- The right resources and support for mutual success
- Volume pricing discount and referrals
To get a partnership arrangement that best fits your business, we offer 4 partnership categories:
- Working together to develop joint solutions to enhance our products and provide higher value to our mutual customers.
- Offering their technical expertise to implement NRG Global’s solutions in the client’s environment.
- Selling NRG Global’s solutions and providing local support for their customers.
- Selling parts or all of NRG Global’s products.
Become a Partner
We are continually looking for partnership opportunities with superior software
providers. Our partners are closely supported by a dedicated team and benefit
from free training (sales & technical) and marketing support in order to answer
their customer needs.
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