For those of you who have been patiently waiting for a Pipedrive integration for Channelyze, the wait is over. We've just deployed a new version, which includes the Pipedrive integration. Channelyze is the only partner relationship management integration for the Pipedrive CRM platform. It provides companies using Pipedrive with the ability to manage channel sales … Continue reading Pipedrive Channelyze Integration
The issues of monthly billing in the channel
Remember in 1995 when Windows 95 was released and everyone owned a copy on CD with the key written across the front of it in big, bold, black writing? That was the time when everyone bought software and owned it outright for the life cycle of the product. If it was an original copy that … Continue reading The issues of monthly billing in the channel
Partner management and the massive problem of data ownership
In recent times we have seen scandal after scandal about privacy laws and data ownership. Companies such as Whatsapp / Facebook / Google have been at the forefront of all of this. All of them have had big fines for mishandling data as well as public perception being tarnished. Why do people just give all … Continue reading Partner management and the massive problem of data ownership
Single pane of glass vs Massive pain in the ass!
Traditional channel management is still around and they are still trying to convince the world that it still works and it’s how it should be. We speak to vendors every single day who are stuck in that way of thinking that they should own all parts of the portal and be in control of all … Continue reading Single pane of glass vs Massive pain in the ass!
How much of your channel process can you really “get away with” automating?
With the entire world trying to automate everything through software, we ask the question, how much can you get away with automating? As a human race, we are designed to be collaborative. From the early days of hunter gatherers to the modern ways of working in project environments, everything is driven by people and groups of … Continue reading How much of your channel process can you really “get away with” automating?