monday.com expands its channel partner program to North America

As partnership program triples in size, monday.com expands to North America and launches new Partner Academy

NEW YORK: Leading Work OS and one of the fastest-growing SaaS companies in the world, monday.com, expands its channel operations to North America with a roster of new partners ready to service the region.

As collaboration software has seen an enormous boost in 2020 due to the shift to remote work, monday.com has tripled the size of its channel team and is now primed to scale channel efforts in North America. To spearhead this expansion, the company hired Alexandra Detweiler, a partner executive with 20+ years of experience in business development at Microsoft and Salesforce.

To further support its partner channel growth, the company is strengthening the program’s infrastructure to continue providing extensive guidance, enablement, and onboarding to joining partners. To this end, monday.com is also announcing the launch of its Partner Academy, a training and certification program designed to help new partners master the platform with dedicated and scalable e-learning pathways for each role on the team, including sales, consulting, and account management.

To date, monday.com has partnered with over 85 channel partners operating in over 45 countries across the globe, including Demicon in Germany, Simplifica in Mexico, Cloud Concept in Dubai, and JT’s Cloud in Australia. With the new expansion to North America, monday.com is welcoming several regional partners including Damco Solutions, obo Agency, Execute Strategy, Altas Authority, Growth Skills, Techloyce, eCapital Advisors, Interlaced.io, and Sphere Partners.

Like the expansion to North America, the launch of the Partner Academy is in direct response to the rapid growth of monday.com’s partner channel. The Partner Academy offers best-in-class training and is available for free to all qualified partners.

“Broadening our partner reach to North America is a major milestone for our team and a game-changer in the rapid expansion of our channel business,” says Oren Stern, VP Partnerships & Alliances at monday.com. “With more than half of monday.com’s customers based in North America, we are excited to build on the tremendous momentum of our partner program internationally, with the same successful offering to our tremendous North American audience.”

The news comes on the heels of recent monday.com developments, including its Apps Framework in June, which opened unlimited access to build custom applications on top of the platform. This is especially momentous as Partners around the world are building incredible solutions for their clients’ unique needs.

“Damco Solutions and monday.com both shared the common goal of delivering value through simple yet powerful technology solutions. We look forward to the launch of the Partner Academy, where our entire team can master the product’s capabilities and learn to create apps and building blocks in order to provide fully customized solutions to each client.”

monday.com is a customizable work OS where teams create and shape workflow apps to plan, run, and track their processes, projects, and operations. As a cloud-based SaaS platform, monday.com facilitates a more efficient and intuitive way to manage teams and organizations of all sizes. The platform connects people to processes and systems, empowering teams to excel in every aspect of their work while creating an environment of transparency in business.

monday.com has offices in Tel Aviv, London, New York, Miami, San Francisco, and Sydney and has raised $234.1 million to date from investors including Sapphire Ventures, Hamilton Lane, HarbourVest Partners, Ion Asset Management, Vintage Investment Partners, Stripes Group, Insight Partners, and Entrée Capital. The platform is fully customizable to suit any business vertical and is currently used by over 100,000 paying organizations around the world, from over 180 countries.

www.monday.com

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