Intel Solutions Marketplace for Partners Helps Speed Growth, Innovation through Global Collaboration
What’s New: Intel today launched Intel Solutions Marketplace, an innovative platform to help partners deploy solutions in an increasingly complex, data-centric economy. On the new platform, and all from personal dashboards, Intel partners can grow their businesses through new partner connections and matchmaking, receive and manage leads, monitor business performance, and market solutions to end customers. The new platform joins Intel Partner University as a key offering of Intel Partner Alliance, the company’s announced channel partner program transformation designed to help partners connect, innovate and grow in a data-centric world.
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Intel Corporation in December 2019 launches the Intel Solutions Marketplace, a platform to help partners deploy solutions in a complex, data-centric economy. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
“The sum of the world’s data will grow from 33 zettabytes in 2018 to an incredible 175 zettabytes by 20251. As data continues to define the future, solutions are becoming increasingly
complex. Innovation requires a broader array of partners working together to build offerings that provide customers better ways to move, store and process data. We created a platform to help
partners explore new points of collaboration, showcase innovative offerings and help grow new business.”
–Eric Thompson, Intel general manager of Global Partner Enablement
Why It is Important: The Solutions Marketplace facilitates better collaboration between partners, helping them focus on desired outcomes and delivering customization. The platform is equipped with powerful new capabilities that enable partners to connect and collaborate with a global network of other peer partners to jointly deliver innovative data-centric solutions to business end customers. Today, solutions typically include hardware, software and services in varying combinations and are increasingly being designed to solve specific business challenges. For example, a solution to help a municipality reduce energy consumption using smart devices could be entirely led by the services side of the business, while an artificial intelligence solution to drive predictive maintenance for reduced downtime might be led by a software or hardware vendor. The Solutions Marketplace makes this kind of collaboration easier and more efficient.