Paul Yantus: The Channel Pulse Report, Q2 2019

Paul Yantus is the VP of Marketing at 360insights and rejoins Channel Edge to discuss the Channel Pulse Report findings for Q2 2019.  Find out what vendors are measuring in their partner marketing, what KPIs they value most, how they’re leveraging (or not!) predictive analytics, and more by downloading the free report right HERE.

Of course, we suggest downloading your own copy of the report so you can read it in detail, but this episode is a great primer on the trends and challenges we’ve collected from senior-level folks with established channels across over a dozen different industries.  The survey reveals how leaders in the Channel Pulse community are refining their approach to reseller scoring to stay relevant in a rapidly evolving digital marketplace. The findings illustrate which reseller Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) matter most to organizations, how leaders and their resellers are approaching digital transformation, and how much visibility leaders have into future channel results.

For more information on the Napa Valley Channel Chiefs meetup referenced in the podcast, click here or to simply sign up for the live Achieving Partner Success webinar from the event on July 18th, follow this link. (and act quickly!)

To get your free copy of the Channel Pulse Report, Q2 2019 edition, and to join the Channel Pulse community of channel leaders and professionals, head over to TheChannelPulse.com.

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Want to check out Paul’s episode from the release of the 2019 Q1 Channel Pulse Report?    Listen to Paul and Steven discuss the purpose of the Channel Pulse community and findings from the inaugural edition, right HERE.