Partner Programs

Pegboard has had a long association partnering with like-minded technology companies who are passionate about assisting organisations to harmoniously integrate all of their sales, marketing, and core business systems. 

Pegboard prides itself on delivering professional product and business training, tools, and support services to our Partner group. This enables our Partners to stay up to date with marketing-leading knowledge and developments, and continuously provide value-adding solutions to their client base. 

Our two Partner Programs

Pegboard offers two types of Partner programs centred on Pegboard ODP and Pegboard SILicone. 


The SILicone Partner program is targeted at systems integrators, developers and technology partners who may be integrating multiple core business, marketing, and sales systems and infrastructure within an organisation.

This program delivers full technical driven access into Pegboard SILicone, enabling our Partners to take control of SILicone's flexible architecture and implement it as required for their clients.

 

The Pegboard ODP Partner Program is targeted at Web Designers and Developers. This Partner Program offers licensing and tools so that our Partners can effectively design, build, upgrade, and support clients for whom they are delivering Pegboard ODP.
 
There are two levels of the Pegboard ODP Partner Program, being Enterprise OEM or Platinum. The latter allows for Partners to implement Pegboard SILicone as well.

 

To become a Pegboard Partner you simply need to become a certified Pegboard member. Talk to us today and discover how becoming a Pegboard Partner can be leveraged to drive growth within your business. 

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