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Personalized Partner Onboarding
Create automated and tailored training.

Pipeline Management
Sync deal registration and partner leads with CRM.

Certification Management
Build courses, lessons, and quizzes, code-free.

Market Development Funds
Hand requests, fulfillment, and ROI analysis.

Partner Business Planning
Share, create, and track goals together.

Tiering and Compliance
Incentivize partner performance, automate compliance management.

Reporting and Analytics
Know what drives mutual revenue.

Paid Media Marketing
Connect local partners with local leads via Google.

Impartner Marketplace
Bring “Where to Buy” to your corporate website.

Referral Automation
Effortlessly generate more leads from more types of partners.


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Mark Rogers with Impartner | Channel Partners Expo Video

About the Author

Mark Rogers joined Impartner in 2015 and was Chief Revenue Officer before assuming his current role of Senior Vice President of Global Strategic Accounts and Partnerships. Mark is responsible for driving Impartner revenue and client growth through successful global strategic relationships with the industry's leading CRM solutions and services providers, as well as a world-class partner ecosystem of resellers, referral partners, MSPs and ISVs.  In his current role, Mark has been named to the prestigious CRN Channel Chief List in 2021, 2022, and 2023. Rogers brings extensive executive leadership experience and success in direct sales, channel sales and business development. Most recently, he was vice president of channel sales Americas for Akamai Technologies, where he grew channel annual recurring revenue by 40 percent annually during his tenure.  Prior to Akamai, Mark was vice president of Sales and Business Development at Aternity, Vice President of Business Development at Novell, and held executive business development, channel and sales leadership roles at Intel, IBM, Folio Corporation and Caldera. Rogers holds a bachelor's degree in organizational psychology from Brigham Young University and completed executive education programs from Harvard Business School and Stanford School of Business.

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