LAS VEGAS -- Juniper Networks (NYSE: JNPR), the industry leader in network innovation, announced the expansion of its Partner Advantage program to incorporate services and cloud solutions, at its second annual Global Partner Conference in Las Vegas. The program, which launched in 2012 and now supports more than 12,000 partners, is designed to reach, reward and accelerate partner offerings. Today, to help partners deliver incremental value to their customers, the company outlined its partnering strategy for cloud offerings, and a range of new support, maintenance and professional partner services.
The Juniper Partner Advantage Services program will enable partners to go-to-market with a range of value-added services across the entire infrastructure that help drive improved efficiency, incremental revenue and build customer loyalty. In addition, the integrated product and services offering from Juniper Networks will simplify and reward partner efforts across professional and services specializations.
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