Partners in Rhyme: Competitive Advantage through PRM Applications

Today, visionary companies focus on building service and product platforms, and allowing third parties to add creativity, choice, and differentiation. Organizations should create channel strategies that integrate partner resources into an internal sales and marketing system. Partner relationship management (PRM) facilitates mutually beneficial partner relationships with definitive performance metrics. Learn more.
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