InforSense introduces PartnerSense program

InforSense has launched PartnerSense, a partnership programme designed to enable the company to increase its global market presence and strengthen its partner network and current partnerships.

The programme will provide resources and support for partners to achieve their business goals and meet the advanced business intelligence and analytic needs of their customers.


‘Our customers typically use a variety of best-of-breed tools to meet their specific scientific or business analytic needs. PartnerSense allows us to work closely with industry leaders to develop and implement integrative, cross-platform solutions for our mutual customers,’ said David Bennett, executive vice president of worldwide sales at InforSense.

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