ChannelEyes Announces Partner Pass

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Vendors can now easily invite their authorized partners by sending a secure link.

ChannelEyes LLC today announced a new and innovative way for vendors, manufacturers, distributors and associations to build a broader Partner following to their channel program information. The Partner Pass allows them to easily invite their authorized partners by providing a secure web link that can be shared inside partner emails, newsletters or the portal.

"We were getting a lot of sign-ups, and I had to authorize them one at a time" said Nicole Lopez, Community Coordinator with QuoteWerks. "With the new Partner Pass we will be able to invite our partner base, and have them automatically approved to follow us on ChannelEyes."

Founded in 2011, ChannelEyes is the first free and secure social network built exclusively for the IT, Telco, AV and Print Channels. Kind of like Facebook, but instead of friends, it’s a filtered group of vendor and association feeds on a social wall. It’s the single place to get a snapshot of new channel program information every day.

"ChannelEyes will help us get the right info to our partners at the right time" said Melony White, Channel Director at VAR Dynamics. "We are very excited to get our partners up and running with the new Partner Pass."

Channel Partners of all types, including solution providers, VARS, integrators and agents, can cut through the noise and clutter by controlling who they follow, filtering only the relevant information and building social conversations around it. ChannelEyes is a ridiculously simple way to organize business partnerships, saving time and taking advantage of timely information.

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ChannelEyes LLC is creating the first free and secure social network to aggregate Channel Program information, transforming communication between suppliers and Channel Partners, integrators, dealers and agents.

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