Chances are you’re looking for ways to innovate, differentiate and monetize your offerings —who isn’t? Then look no further than Managed Services—Cisco’s Managed Services Channel Program can help you provide value to your customers, while helping you drive deals.
So how does that work? I got the chance to sit down with Bob Gault, VP of Worldwide Service Provider Channels, and he filled me in on what’s going on with Managed Services and Service Provider Channels as a route to market, and how you can take advantage of more deals out there today.
Here’s what Bob had to say.
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You have questions, we have answers. We gathered up questions we’ve been hearing from partners around the topic of managed services, cloud, and white label and sat down with one of the foremost experts on the topic: Todd Roth, Director of the Managed Services Channel Program at Cisco. In this Q&A, he addresses partner concerns around new consumption models, partner-to-partner collaboration, and highlights some new developments in the managed services realm.
And with new cloud service designations within the Managed Services Channel Program (MSCP) that were just announced, this is a good time to explain those as well.
Channels blog: Hi, Todd. Thanks for joining us. What does “cloud service designation within MSCP” mean?
Todd Roth: It’s the beginning of a new class of service designations that enables partners to align and brand their cloud-based offerings with Cisco. Offerings that are built on a Cisco-validated architecture.
CB: What are the designations and who can take advantage?