MyWD Channel Partner Program now enhanced to drive solutions

WD recently revealed its enhanced myWD™ Partner Program, an award-winning loyalty channel program for MSPs, VARs, and system integrators with new features such as product solution centers, industry-focused marketing assets and on-demand product training.     

     As a result of more than a year of survey and ongoing feedback from WD’s valued myWD partners, the new and improved site offers new features that lead to a seamless user experience for myWD partners providing relevant and easy-to-access information at their fingertips. The new features include solution selling centers on growing markets such as Surveillance, NAS, and Datacenter, industry focused marketing assets, on-demand online product training through WD University, and a points system, where members earn rewards based on purchases of WD products from authorized distributors.



     “Since the launch of myWD in 2012, the program has grown to over 25,000 partners worldwide spanning across 190 countries and 17 languages,” said Jamie Vo, vice president of WD’s worldwide marketing. “With the re-launch of myWD, WD is proving its commitment to invest in the channel by presenting our valued partners opportunities to build their business in the growing storage applications of NAS, surveillance and datacenters.”  

     The myWD Partner Program provides channel partners with the resources and benefits they need to drive their business. PSSC Labs has used WD® drives in its solutions for many years, and two years ago, it joined the myWD Partner Program. “WD stands behind us just the way we stand behind our customers,” explains Alex Lesser, co-owner and vice president of PSSC Labs. “Not only do they offer very good, high-quality, high-performance drives for our solutions, but if there is a problem, they tackle it head-on just like we do.”

     Resellers and solution providers worldwide can join the myWD partner program by visiting the website at http://www.mywd.com. 

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May 16, 2015

MyWD Channel Partner Program now enhanced to drive solutions

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WD recently revealed its enhanced myWD™ Partner Program, an award-winning loyalty channel program for MSPs, VARs, and system integrators with new features such as product solution centers, industry-focused marketing assets and on-demand product training.     

     As a result of more than a year of survey and ongoing feedback from WD’s valued myWD partners, the new and improved site offers new features that lead to a seamless user experience for myWD partners providing relevant and easy-to-access information at their fingertips. The new features include solution selling centers on growing markets such as Surveillance, NAS, and Datacenter, industry focused marketing assets, on-demand online product training through WD University, and a points system, where members earn rewards based on purchases of WD products from authorized distributors.



     “Since the launch of myWD in 2012, the program has grown to over 25,000 partners worldwide spanning across 190 countries and 17 languages,” said Jamie Vo, vice president of WD’s worldwide marketing. “With the re-launch of myWD, WD is proving its commitment to invest in the channel by presenting our valued partners opportunities to build their business in the growing storage applications of NAS, surveillance and datacenters.”  

     The myWD Partner Program provides channel partners with the resources and benefits they need to drive their business. PSSC Labs has used WD® drives in its solutions for many years, and two years ago, it joined the myWD Partner Program. “WD stands behind us just the way we stand behind our customers,” explains Alex Lesser, co-owner and vice president of PSSC Labs. “Not only do they offer very good, high-quality, high-performance drives for our solutions, but if there is a problem, they tackle it head-on just like we do.”

     Resellers and solution providers worldwide can join the myWD partner program by visiting the website at http://www.mywd.com. 

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