The VAR program enables MSSPs, IT security distributors, integrators, consultants and hosting providers to offer High-Tech Bridge’s ImmuniWeb® AI products for application security testing, discovery and defense. Existing Technology Alliance Partnerships (TAPs) with leading technology providers including F5, Imperva and Barracuda, will generate additional sales volume for the resellers with products of these companies in their portfolios.
The VAR program provides appealing incentives to continuously increase sales volume. High-Tech Bridge equally offers a highly competitive sales commissions to VAR partners thanks to its Machine Learning and AI technology used for intelligent automation of human intelligence and continuous cost reduction.
Additionally, an extensive marketing support program including compensation for joint marketing efforts, free product licenses, free trials for joint customers, free tickets for leading cybersecurity conferences, personal manager and product customization is offered to VAR partners.
Ilia Kolochenko, High-Tech Bridge CEO and Founder says: “We are delighted to offer our award-winning technology to international partners to diversify their product portfolios with our innovative and highly competitive products. We have advantageous and attractive propositions for our VAR partners wanting to benefit from the opportunities presented by the rapidly growing global application security and DevSecOps market.”
ImmuniWeb® AI encompasses the following products:
· ImmuniWeb Discovery · ImmuniWeb On-Demand AST · ImmuniWeb Continuous AST · ImmuniWeb Mobile AST · ImmuniWeb IAST · ImmuniWeb SCA
To become a VAR partner please fill in the online form: www.htbridge.com/immuniweb/partners/VAR
To find out more about the benefits of VAR partners please contact: VAR@htbridge.com
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