PartnerLink Program for Supply Chain Challenges

Kinaxis, a global provider of supply chain management solutions, announced a strategic expansion of its PartnerLink program, designed to fortify the supply chain resilience of businesses worldwide.

Launched in 2021, the PartnerLink program has rapidly evolved into a leading network of over 170 partners and 2,500+ certified consultants, offering unparalleled expertise in supply chain transformation. This expansion introduces a suite of enhancements including:

• Partner Relationship Management Portal – this new portal will serve as a dynamic, all-in-one communications hub with customizable dashboards to access valuable sales resources, marketing and deployment support, training and certification information, event news, product materials and more.

• First-Ever Global Partner Roadshow – a series of exclusive, in-person events across APAC, EMEA and North America with industry-specific deep-dive presentations from Kinaxis and industry thought leaders and a first-hand look at key product roadmap innovations.

• New Certifications – expanded list of certifications will ensure highly-skilled consultants remain on the cutting edge of new technological developments and implementation best practices.

• New Tiering System – a comprehensive tiering framework will provide access to various financial and business benefits, from training and tools to market development funds, partner advisory councils, sandbox demo environments and more. Partners will automatically enter the Silver tier and upon meeting revenue, certification and specialization requirements, graduate to higher tiers.

Supply chain orchestration

These initiatives are set to equip Kinaxis‘ partners with advanced tools, resources and knowledge, enabling accelerated deployment and optimization of supply chain solutions.

“With labour disputes, cyber-attacks and the escalation of conflicts in global hotspots like Eastern Europe and the Middle East all threatening the movement of goods globally, businesses have never had a greater need for supply chain solutions that enable them to prepare for and respond to unexpected disruptions,” said Conrad Mandala, senior vice president, global partner organization at Kinaxis. “The investments we are making in our PartnerLink program will strengthen our position to capitalize on this demand and deliver on our global growth objectives by ensuring our partner ecosystem has the tools they need to help customers achieve supply chain resiliency no matter what risks appear on the horizon.”

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