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Minit Boosts Partner Program After VP of Alliances and Partners Joins the Team

  • 17. 03. 2020
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Following the recent Series A round of investment, led by Target Global, accompanied by Salesforce Ventures, Earlybird’s Digital East Fund, and OTB Ventures, Minit is upgrading its partner program.  

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    Minit has recently brought on its VP of Alliances and Partners, Cedric Le Rouzo, to the team.

    With more than 20 years of experience in working with well-known software companies and startups, Cedric will be instrumental in designing, articulating, and delivering the partner program strategy that will take Minit to the next level of its growth.

    A Program Set to Generate Partner and Enterprise Successes

    Spearheading by Cedric, Minit is introducing a revamped program that will allow partners to leverage and scale the solution throughout their customer network.

    The new 2020 Partner Program will be complemented by a Partner Enablement Program and the launch of a new Consulting Solution for Partners.

    “Minit is committed to offering the most competitive and easiest-to-onboard Partner Program in the Process Mining industry. Our partner community benefits from the best-in-class training academy, and Minit’s solution to offer the highest level of Process Mining expertise to our growing customer base”, stated Cedric Le Rouzo.

    Partnering with Minit now implies accessing all of the required tools to create successful customer engagements including:

    • Free enrollment to Minit Academy
    • Free Minit solution trial
    • Minit Partner Portal access
    • Flexible software subscription licenses
    • Support and Enablement Program

    Minit’s technology ensures partners have the ability to show insights into complex business processes, such as order-to-cash, procure-to-pay, customer journey, or service delivery, offering a clearer path to an organization’s process improvement.

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    Written by David Miller David Miller