CrowdStrike Launches Service Provider Program

Jon Fox (CrowdStrike)

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CrowdStrike has launched a new service provider program to help partners increase their value-added bundles.

Known as the CrowdStrike Powered Service Provider Program (CPSP), the program focuses on the Falcon platform, which enables partners to deliver solutions spanning endpoint security and extended detection and response (XDR), cloud security, identity protection, data protection, threat management hunting, IT security and operations, threat intelligence and log management.

With the launch of CPSP, the cybersecurity vendor will offer partners the ability to achieve a new Elite tier, which incentivizes CPSP partners with expanded campaigns, capabilities and market opportunities.

The Elite level is currently open to invite-only partners, including global companies such as Deloitte and eSentire.

“We wanted to ensure that service providers were getting added value when introducing the CrowdStrike Powered Service Provider program,” said Michael Rogers, vice president, global alliances at CrowdStrike.

Rogers said the company developed the CPSP program in partnership with global systems integrators, managed detection and response providers, managed service providers, managed security service providers and telecommunications carriers to “s ensure that we meet their needs and empower them to grow their businesses.

CPSP claims to offer partner discounts for specialized bundles and add-ons powered by the Falcon platform.

It will also offer volume-based discounts for CPSP bundles, allowing partners to get to market faster with industry-leading CrowdStrike products.

Also, it claims to offer a flexible choice of solutions aligned with a client’s business needs.

For Elite Partners, value-added bundles, new discounts, additional partnering and technical support, enhanced go-to-market support, executive sponsorship, and unique CPSP-focused partner campaigns will be on the table.

The announcement comes nearly a year after the appointment of former Sophos Asia-Pacific and Japan (APJ) channel head, Jon Fox, as senior manager of the APJ channel.

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