Zonar launches reseller program

Zonar launches reseller program

Zonar has announced a program enabling technology solution providers to sell Zonar solutions to businesses and schools. Authorized resellers will be able to sell and support Zonar solutions for customers of all sizes, creating new revenue opportunities for partners and easier access to Zonar smart fleet offerings for more businesses, the company said.

“The introduction of Zonar’s reseller program is part of our ongoing commitment to the channel and helps our partners grow their business and expand their reach into other verticals,” said Gary Schmidt, vice president of business solutions at Zonar. “Our channel partners are instrumental to our company’s growth and the Zonar reseller program will ensure everything we do—from the development of our products and solutions to our sales, support and marketing frameworks—supports them.”

Zonar says it will provide resellers with training, support, tools for sales and marketing and access to tools for integrating Zonar solutions into their customers’ business operations. Resellers can bill their customers directly, and can bundle additional services and support with Zonar’s fleet management solutions. Zonar will provide resellers with subject matter experts for any customer-specific business and technical requirements.

Zonar is rolling out the program to pilot partners across North America. The Zonar reseller program is now open for applications from interested companies.

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