Perception Point has launched a new MSP program, providing MSPs and MSSPs with tools and resources that aim to accelerate and boost business success.
Perception Point’s new MSP program complements its existing channel partner program, which launched last November. In addition, it serves as further demonstration of the company’s partner-first approach.
Its security offering is designed for MSPs and MSSPs to better protect their clients and streamline security operations.
“This new dedicated program demonstrates our clear commitment to the success of MSPs and MSSPs,” said Gal Ashkelon, Perception Point’s head of global partner program. “By offering and investing in a tailored program designed for MSPs, we are equipping our partners with enterprise-grade advanced threat prevention solutions and the resources to best support their sales, marketing and technical needs.”
Perception Point Helps MSPs Protect Against Advanced Threats
Perception Point says it provides MSPs with a solution to prevent even the most advanced and modern threats from reaching their customers’ end users across email, web browsers and collaboration SaaS apps. Threat detection powered by artificial intelligence/machine learning (AI/ML) engines, computer vision and anti-malware technologies, combined with a partner-centric console, multitenancy and an integrated, fully-managed incident response service, ensures MSPs and MSSPs spend less time managing the solution, and focus more on generating business and new revenue streams.
The new Perception Point program offers:
- Direct access to sales managers, pre-sales specialists and marketing experts.
- A comprehensive MSP training and certification program.
- Hands-on experience with the solution.
- A partner knowledge center, with a repository of technical, marketing and sales enablement resources.
MSPs around the globe use Perception Point’s AI-powered solutions to prevent spam, phishing, business email compromise (BEC), malware, authorization to operate (ATO) and zero-days from reaching customers’ inboxes and SaaS apps like Teams, SharePoint, OneDrive, Google Workspace, Salesforce, Slack, Amazon S3, Zendesk and more.
This article first appeared in Channel Futures, written by Edward Gately on September 13, 2023.