Annual list shines a light on the most exciting new channel-focused vendors, helping create solutions for businesses and opportunities for solution providers
Press releases · Cole Finch
Herndon, VA, August 1, 2022 – Expel, the managed security provider that aims to make security easy to understand, use and improve, today announced that CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company, has named Expel to its 2022 Emerging Vendors list in the Security category. This annual list, published during CRN’s Emerging Vendors Week, July 18 – 22, recognizes fast-rising technology vendors that have exhibited a commitment to driving positive change and continuous growth in the IT channel by delivering innovative, cutting-edge solutions.
“The channel is vital to Expel—it’s critical to our growth that we work closely with partners that have expertise in various geographies and vertical industries,” said Tim Roy, vice president of partner sales at Expel. “We’re proud that our dedication to channel partnerships, and the mutually beneficial ways we collaborate with partners, helped us onto this prestigious list.”
The technology vendors featured on CRN’s 2022 Emerging Vendors—all six years old or younger—are bringing a fresh approach to solving the IT challenges facing customers today, enabling their partners to deliver unique solutions that will ensure the IT channel’s continued success.
Expel’s Partner Program provides channel partners with a range of benefits, including sales incentives, deal registration, training tools, and marketing collaboration opportunities. The cornerstone of the partner program is transparency. Expel is honest, upfront, and forthcoming, and has a team of sales managers, marketers, and specialists who embrace working with and helping partners achieve their strategic goals, build strong pipeline, and close large deals quickly.
The companies featured on this year’s Emerging Vendors list were selected across nine different categories: Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning Tools, Application Development/DevOps, Big Data, Security, Networking & Unified Communications, Data Center & Systems, Storage, Cloud and Edge Computing/Internet of Things.
“As part of our 2022 Emerging Vendors list, CRN recognizes technology vendors that are transforming the IT channel by providing revolutionary and innovative products that help customers manage ever-evolving IT demands,” said Blaine Raddon, CEO of The Channel Company. “As a trusted industry resource, CRN’s Emerging Vendors list gives solution providers insight into the latest groundbreaking IT channel technologies.”
The CRN 2022 Emerging Vendors list will be featured in the August 2022 issue of CRN Magazine and online at www.CRN.com/EmergingVendors.
Expel’s entry on the list is here.
Expel helps companies of all shapes and sizes minimize business risk. Our technology and people work together to make sense of security signals—with your business in mind—to detect, understand, and fix issues fast. Expel offers managed detection and response (MDR), remediation, phishing, and threat hunting. For more information, visit our website, check out our blog, or follow us on LinkedIn or Twitter.
Matter Communications on behalf of Expel
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