CrowdStrike Holdings Inc. today announced the new CrowdStrike Powered Service Provider program designed to help service providers unlock broader value-added solution bundles, enhance profitability and expand their routes to market.
Pitched as addressing the challenge of needing technologies that provide predictable and scalable security outcomes due to increasing security threats, the new CPSP program taps into the CrowdStrike Falcon platform to deliver multiple solutions. The solutions offered include endpoint security and extended detection and response, cloud security, identity protection, data protection, managed threat hunting, security and information technology operations, threat intelligence and log management, all at scale and without friction.
The new CPSP program offers a flexible choice of solutions aligned to a customer’s business needs. These include CPSP partners being able to choose CrowdStrike package bundles or individual Falcon platform modules for their security offerings to their customers.
The new program also provides the opportunity for CPSP partners to enhance profitability with new incentive structures and a variety of discounts. The offering includes partner discounts for specialized package bundles and add-on modules powered by the Falcon platform, and volume-based discounts for CPSP package bundles, allowing partners to accelerate their speed to market.
A new invitation-only Elite tier offers incentives for CPSP partners with new value-added bundles, new discounts, additional partnerships and technical support. Enhanced go-to-market support, executive sponsorship and unique CPSP-focused partner campaigns under the tier are designed to help increase customer satisfaction with advanced security capabilities.
Elite CPSP partners for the CrowdStrike Powered Service Provider program include Cyber Defense Labs LLC, DeloitteTouche Tohmatsu Ltd., eSentire Inc., Marco Technologies LLC, Orange Cyberdefense and Sirius Computer Solutions LLC.
“We wanted to make sure that service providers got additive value when introducing the CrowdStrike Powered Service Provider program,” Michael Rogers, vice president of global alliances at CrowdStrike, said in a statement. “To that end, we developed the CPSP program in partnership with GSIs, MDR vendors, MSPs, MSSPs and telcos to ensure we were meeting their needs and empowering them to grow their businesses.”
CrowdStrike’s growth to become a leading independent security firm and how it plans to become a generational platform was covered recently by Dave Vellante, co-founder and chief analyst of the Wikibon Project:
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