InfinityQS letting global channel partners retain 100% of first-year subscription revenue with new program

Fairfax, Va.-based InfinityQS International Inc. is making a big international push with its new partner program.

On Tuesday, the statistical process control (SPC) software developer announced that under its new Global Channel Partner Program, international distributors of its signature Enact quality control platform will retain 100 per cent of all subscription revenue sold during their first year, and a share of subscription revenue in subsequent years.

A Jan. 30 statement said the aggressive commission model, which InfinityQS CEO Mike Lyle called “a pivotal moment in our 29-year history,” was designed to fulfill global demand for the Enact platform.

“The response to Enact has been overwhelming, with both very large enterprise customers and small- to mid-sized businesses that need a cost-effective solution that can be deployed rapidly,” Lyle said in the statement. “We believe this represents a tipping-point for the industry and want to be there alongside our valued channel partners to help manufacturers realize these transformative opportunities.”

In addition to its eye-catching commission model, the Global Channel Partner Program will provide channel partners with a dedicated team focused on partner collaboration, training, and support.

In the Jan. 30 statement, InfinityQS channel programs director Jason Chester said the changes were part of InfinityQS’s commitment to transforming the manufacturing technology landscape and support the role that channel partners will play in that transformation.

“The global opportunity for Enact is phenomenal and we have designed a program that places our channel partners at the heart of that opportunity,” Chester said. “We built a program that is not only highly lucrative and growth-oriented, but also collaborative in nature, giving our partners the knowledge, training, content, tools, and support that they need to be successful with our solutions.”

“Manufacturers are facing increased pressure to extract maximum value from information in order to improve processes, such as quality management,” Chester said. “Enact rewrites expectations of manufacturing and quality intelligence by helping manufacturers visualize the entire manufacturing process with information that was not previously available.”

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Eric Emin Wood
Eric Emin Wood
Former IT World Canada associate editor turned consultant with public relations firm Porter Novelli. When not writing for the tech industry enjoys photography, movies, travelling, the Oxford comma, and will talk your ear off about animation if you give him an opening.

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