PARTNERS: TAP INTO THREATQ

Introducing TAP: ThreatQuotient’s award winning threat intelligence alliance program

The Threat Alliance Program (TAP) includes a multi-tiered channel partner program designed with the success of our partners in mind. With competitive margins, deal registration protection, NFR programs, training and certification, our partners have the tools necessary to meet and exceed your sales goals. The Threat Alliance Program provides you with a deep understanding of, and access to, our Threat Intelligence Platform, so your customers can rely on you as a trusted partner to address their needs today and in the future.

TAP Core Principles

Staying true to these principles, we can ensure our goal of mutual success.

Mutual Profitability

Efficiency and Agility

Mutual Confidence

Very Competitive

Innovative Programs

CRN

ThreatQuotient is pleased to be recognized by the Channel Company and CRN as one of their emerging IT vendors, and the only cybersecurity company on their 2016 list. It is a testament to our threat intelligence solution, as well as our commitment to a 100% channel-focused company. Our vendor-agnostic approach to integrations allows us to maintain positive relationships with the channel and equipment partners our customers depend on. Our Threat Alliance Program (TAP) is designed to ensure mutual success for Resellers, Strategic Vendors, MSSPs and VARs.

Join Our Partner Program Today

ThreatQuotient is committed to being a 100% channel company, as well as a vendor-agnostic company. We strive to maintain the best relations with every kind of partner and are committed to achieving and maintaining a high level of mutual success with all of our partners.

Our Threat Alliance Program allows us to partner with just about anyone, including Resellers, Strategic Vendors, MSSPs and VARs.

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