AI Leader Brainspace Unveils Global Partner Program

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Highly-anticipated program expands use cases, kick-starts new worldwide partnerships, and provides benefits to current partners.

We are excited to enable partners to support innovative new use cases and solidify relationships with their direct clients.

Brainspace (, the world’s leading analytics platform for investigations, eDiscovery, compliance, and alternative data, today announced the launch of its new Global Partner Program to align with the company’s increasingly international customer base.

The AI platform leader is enhancing its partner ecosystem and channel programs by providing exclusive training, marketing, and sales enablement that expand partner sales opportunities. Partners can now integrate Brainspace software into their own service offerings including managed services with exclusive options to either refer or resell Brainspace to corporations, law firms, public sector, and government agencies.

The three-tier Global Partner Program offers partners low-friction, scalable options to resell or refer Brainspace to their global customers.

“The Global Partner Program will accelerate and deepen our relationships with many valued partners,” said Linda Sheldon, Vice President of Worldwide Sales for Brainspace. “We are excited to enable partners to support innovative new use cases and solidify relationships with their direct clients.”

To learn more about the new program or to become a Brainspace partner, contact

About Brainspace
For more than a decade, Brainspace has been on the leading edge of analytics and machine learning, delivering innovative solutions for complex data challenges in investigations, eDiscovery, intelligence mining, compliance, and alternative data. The most comprehensive and trusted platform of its kind, Brainspace’s patented analytics technology accelerates the process of identifying what matters. Harness the power of the industry’s leading Augmented Intelligence platform to surface insights, slash risk, and solve problems at

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