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Impartner Customers Receive a Record 69 Percent Increase in Awards From CRN Magazine for Top Partner Programs

GENBAND, Ixia, Pivot3 and Xerox among top corporations and Impartner clients honored as 5-Star Partner Program winners; Six executives named to 50 Most Influential Channel Chiefs list

SILICON SLOPES, Utah, April 21, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Global SaaS Partner Relationship Management (PRM) technology leader Impartner today announced its customers won a record 69 percent year-over-year increase in 5-Star Partner Program Awards from CRN Magazine. In addition, six executives from Impartner clients made the 50 Most Influential Channel Chief list.

"The record number of CRN awards aligns with the dramatic value PRM delivers to companies in optimizing the performance of their channel and driving partner engagement," said Dave R Taylor, Impartner chief marketing officer, noting data from a recent global survey of Impartner customers which showed an average increase of 31 percent in revenue, a 53 percent increase in customer engagement and a 23 percent decrease in administrative costs. "Congratulations to our customers who have clearly driven their channel programs and their personal performance to an elite level in the marketplace and are setting the standard for others to follow."

The 5-Star Partner Program rating recognizes an exceptional subset of Partner Program Guide vendors who offer solution providers the best partnering elements in their channel programs. Impartner customers who won 5-star ratings for their partner programs include companies such as A10 Networks, Asigra, Ciena, GENBAND, Pivot3, Tegile Systems and Xerox. Impartner clients on the 50 Most Influential Channel Chiefs, which represents the "cream of the IT channel crop—leaders who drive the channel agenda and evangelize the importance of channel partnerships," include executives from, Samsung, Splunk and Xerox.

About Impartner
With nearly two decades of experience in accelerating indirect sales, Impartner delivers the industry's most advanced SaaS-based Partner Relationship Management solution, helping companies worldwide manage their partner relationships and accelerate revenue and profitability through indirect sales channels. The largest pure-play PRM vendor in the world, Impartner provides the industry's only out-of-the-box solution that can deploy an enterprise-class Partner Portal in as few as 30 days, using the company's highly engineered, three-step Velocity™ onboarding process. For more information on Impartner, which is based in Utah's tech hotbed, the Silicon Slopes, visit www.impartner.com, or in the United States call +1 801 501 7000, for EMEA general call +33 1 40 90 31 20, for London call +44 0 20 3283 4465, and for LATAM call +1 954 364 7883.

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