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Canadian Partner-to-Partner Networking 2008 Vendor Analysis
The Shaping of Vendor Strategy

  • Publication Date:January 2009
  • Publisher:IDC
  • Product Type: Report
  • Pages:13

Canadian Partner-to-Partner Networking 2008 Vendor Analysis The Shaping of Vendor Strategy

This IDC study provides a perspective on IT vendor activity in supporting and harnessing partner-to-partner (P2P) networks. Its purpose is to provide a context for industry activity in Canada around P2P, including vendor initiatives and programs that seek to address the impact of this trend. This study represents a view of different approaches in the market to provide as wide a lens as possible on the breadth of activity currently underway in the IT market in Canada.

"Partners that support and participate in P2P networks do so in response to a number of key factors that are forcing this behaviour, and vendors will need to align strategy to these activities and respond appropriately and proactively to derive any available benefit." - Paul Edwards, director of SMB and Channel Strategies, IDC Canada.

  • IDC Opinion
  • In This Study
  • Situation Overview
    • Introduction
    • Vendor Activities
      • IBM Canada
        • Distributor-Based Partner Networks
        • Selectively Identified Growth Partners
      • Microsoft Canada
        • Events
        • Third-Party Social Networking Technology
        • International Association of Microsoft Certified Partners
      • SAP Canada
        • Partner Programs
        • Solution Development
      • HP Canada
        • Partner Programs/Solution Development
      • Cisco Canada
        • Partner Programs and Collaboration Infrastructure
  • Future Outlook
  • Essential Guidance
  • Learn More
    • Related Research
    • Synopsis
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