InfinityQS expands Global Partner Programme

InfinityQ says its partner programme now includes 50 leading industry service providers.

The company said that these partners have expanded its partner network across the Americas, Europe, Asia, Indian subcontinent, and Oceania, and driven greater adoption of its Enact Quality Intelligence platform among manufacturers worldwide.

InfinityQS launched its Global Partner Programme in 2018 to satisfy demand for Enact—a cloud-native, statistical process control (SPC)-based solution that offers manufacturers real-time visibility and strategic insight to improve quality, reduce costs, and enhance performance across their organisations. To make its partner programme effective,

Jason Chester, Director of Global Partner Programmes at InfinityQS, said: “To ensure our partner program is one of the best in the industry, we work closely with our partners every step of the way to gain a clear understanding of their unique challenges. This means working closely with their sales, marketing, and technical engineering teams and providing the experience, knowledge, tools, and support to ensure the long-term success of their manufacturing client deployments.

“InfinityQS is a great example of channel partner success. By focusing clearly on connecting with the right partners and not every partner, they have been able to build a very successful partner network. Also, building a cloud-native application will enhance partner growth, as customers are moving more to cloud-based solutions.”

Notably, InfinityQS has seen a recent rise in partner agreements, as industry service providers look to offer more flexible, cloud-based solutions to aid their clients’ recovery from COVID-19. The surge also comes after InfinityQS’ decision to offer free use of Enact for three months, in an effort to help manufacturers operate effectively and safely during the pandemic and beyond.

Chester said: “Surpassing 50 partnership agreements shows the ongoing demand for our Enact solution, and demand will only continue to grow as manufacturers prioritise digital transformation initiatives for better resiliency in the post-COVID-19 world. We will continue identifying and recruiting new partners with the aim of supporting the global manufacturing sector long into the future.”