Datical Launches Partner Program
November 09, 2017

Datical has launched the Datical Partner Program.

The program will connect the world’s most popular DevOps vendors and systems integrators to bring DevOps to the database, and provide customers with new innovations and efforts to remove the biggest delay to the digital transformation initiative – the database.

Datical will support partners in the strategic program with additional services opportunities, resources and industry expert collaboration to capitalize on the growing need to radically improve the application release process and help customers deliver faster, better and more secure applications.

New partners will join more than a dozen recognizable IT companies that currently partner with Datical, including CloudBees, Delphix, IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, Pivotal and XebiaLabs.

The Datical Partner Program will provide support and encourage knowledge-share across all industry sectors to help organizations understand and improve the database release process with the common goal of driving innovation around application delivery.

The Datical Partner Program targets systems integrators, technology alliances and strategic partners, providing benefits such as:

- Connection to a marketplace where partners can learn about complementary technologies and expand their solution into new, global groups and areas

- Access to training, support, tools and additional business resources

- Opportunities to participate in deployment activities

- Opportunities to participate in joint marketing efforts with Datical

- Direct contact to Datical experts

“Partners are vital to creating innovative solutions that acclerate the software development process for our customers. Our mission is to improve and simplify the application release process by modernizing and automating the database release process, and collaboration with best-in-class partners helps us deliver even more value with customers,” said Derek Hutson, CEO of Datical.

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