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How to Keep Channel Programs Simple

November 12, 2015 Perks Channel

There is no denying it, we live in a complicated world propagated with smart phones,
tablets, a mobile workforce and any number of programs that we can access 24/7. At
one time we envisioned that these tools would simplify our lives, but the truth is, they
didn’t. Why not? There are many reasons, but one answer is clear: nothing is simple
when users have to access multiple devices, log in to multiple systems, and learn
different tools just to conduct business.

If you can’t tolerate more than a click or two, why would your partner? This whitepaper
is going to take the premise of Keep it Simple, and look at how that can be applied to
your channel Partner business.

About the Author

Perks│Channel provides services and software to help you engage your B2B and indirect channel partners to improve sales effectiveness. With a listing on the Salesforce AppExchange and a global user base exceeding 5 million users, Perks Channel takes the guesswork out of channel incentives and loyalty programs. Utilizing the Perks Science of Motivation methodology, we provide your business with the tools necessary to motivate the people who matter most to your organization. More than software alone, creating best-in-class channel incentive and loyalty programs requires an orchestration of the right strategy and program design to achieve your go-to-market objectives, as well as the right infrastructure and processes to streamline program administration.

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