Charlotte, North Carolina, – November 7, 2018 – Channeltivity, a global leader in Partner Relationship Management software solutions, today announced that the company has been named a “Strong Performer” in the October 2018 report, “The Forrester Wave™: Partner Relationship Management, Q4 2018,” by Jay McBain at Forrester Research, Inc.
For this report, Forrester evaluates companies based on 26 criteria, including partner management, planning/management, partner onboarding, training, and service, partner portal/integrations, and more.
According to the report, Channeltivity “is a full-feature PRM platform, which excels in self-service”. Channeltivity “has seamless Salesforce integration, and gets backing from a high-touch customer support team that won rave reviews from the references we spoke with.” In addition, the report states “Channeltivity is a good fit for technology and manufacturing customers looking for a robust PRM platform….”
“Being recognized by Forrester Research for, in our opinion, the strength of our mature, highly configurable partner relationship management solution reflects our unwavering commitment to the channel, technology innovation and customer success,” said Jason Jacobs, CEO at Channeltivity. “We continue to invest significantly in our powerful, easy-to-use platform that enables increased partner engagement and channel success for our customers. We’re very excited to provide solutions that help our customers achieve greater business success through the power of their partner network.”
Channeltivity is a partner relationship management software platform that helps companies build strong relationships, optimize partner productivity and support new sales. Channeltivity is easy to use, is fast to set up, and connects to Salesforce.com.
To find out why 30,000+ channel sales professionals around the globe depend on us, and to experience the solution, contact Channeltivity at 877-226-2564 or https://www.channeltivity.com
 Forrester Research, Inc. “The Forrester Wave™: Partner Relationship Management, Q4 2018,” Jay McBain with Caroline Robertson, Robert Perdoni and Kara Hartig October 31, 2018