OVHcloud has launched the OVHcloud Partner Program to expand the market opportunity of its Infrastructure-as-a-Service offerings to customers.

With the new partner program, resellers, system integrators, system outsourcers (SISO), and managed service providers (MSP) will offer new OVHcloud solutions and benefit from providing alternative and lower cost options to their customers.

The program consists of four tiers, giving partners the opportunity to select the level that most aligns with their business goals. Each level provides different resources, benefits, and financial incentives to support customer and sales needs.

FusionStorm is one of the first partners to bring OVHcloud to the U.S. market.

“FusionStorm believes that the combination of OVHcloud’s infrastructure and FusionStorm’s vast engineering capabilities provides an incredibly simple path for VMware-based customers to experience the agility of the cloud while dramatically reducing risk associated with cloud transformation,” said Richard Bocchinfuso, director of engineering, FusionStorm, OVHcloud partner.

Benefits – OVHcloud Partner Program
• Breadth of offerings: Partners can take advantage of multiple offerings ranging from VMware-based hosted private cloud to public cloud to bare metal. They can now easily pick the offering that works best for delivering their solutions to clients.
• Revenue opportunity: Partners can leverage an already price-competitive OVHcloud offering coupled with partner discounts to build a strong business model.
• Flexibility and agility: Partners have the flexibility and agility to run their business and scale with their clients.
• Resources and support: Partners will access support including training, marketing, and sales activity planning to ensure partner success.

“Our new partner program opens a significant opportunity for MSPs, resellers, and solution providers to expand their value proposition and grow their business. Infrastructure is our business and for almost 20 years, businesses of all sizes have relied on us to manage their most critical applications,” said David Wigglesworth, chief revenue officer of OVH US.

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