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Cloudflare channel sales mushroom through key partners

Cloudflare channel sales mushroom through key partners

Cloud network optimisation firm Cloudflare says its channel revenue has increased 174% over the last two years. The company’s recently launched Cloudflare PowerUP Partner Program is designed to provide even more sales to partners.

Cloudflare’s connectivity cloud is designed to help large businesses transform how they connect, protect, and build up their digital environments, including optimising the performance of their websites.

“We have seen a vast range of customers worldwide benefit from Cloudflare’s connectivity cloud and we have to credit our channel partnerships and alliances. Our channel growth is testament to how we’ve been deepening our work with partners and distributors,” said Matthew Harrell, Cloudflare global head of channels and alliances. “Our recently launched PowerUP Program brings new levels, resources, and support to ensure our partners can capitalise on the opportunity.”

Cloudflare partners with global system integrators, managed service providers, resellers, and distributors, across the likes of IBM Cloud, Kyndryl, GuidePoint Security, Dicker Data, and TD Synnex.

Our Cloudflare global strategic alliance provides companies with expert technologies and services to drive network transformation,” said Paul Savill, Kyndryl global practice leader of network and edge computing. “Our managed and consulting network services, combined with Cloudflare’s innovative cloud networking technologies, enables enterprises to embrace a multi-cloud, sustainable networking approach to improve performance and security across their technology stack.”

Jessica McDowell, SVP of high growth technologies, US of TD Synnex, added: “With Cloudflare as a strategic part of our vast portfolio of vendor partners, we're able to enrich the breadth and depth of our connectivity cloud and security offerings so customers can do great things with technology.”