Warehouse Management Systems Vendor, Appolis, Announces Recommender Program
January 25, 2006 (PRLEAP.COM) Business NewsMinneapolis, MN – Appolis, the developer of WithoutWire Warehouse, the Midwest’s leading Warehouse Management System (WMS) available to small and medium size distributors and manufacturers, today announced a new Solution Recommender Program. The program formalizes the rewards available to partners and consultants that recommend WithoutWire Warehouse as a solution. With this formal program, complimentary Solutions Providers can receive compensation for recommending WithoutWire Warehouse to their customers and prospects, without the costs associated with maintaining a direct sales presence. “This program gives our partners that lack the resources to sell WithoutWire Warehouse an opportunity to help their customers and share in the growth of Appolis”, says Derek Kottke, Director of Sales - Warehouse Systems.
To join the recommender program, organizations need to be certified by Appolis. Once certified as a recommender, organizations are provided access to the partner site and marketing materials. For more information, contact Derek Kottke at 612-216-1423.
The new Solution Recommender Program is a component of the WithoutWire Warehouse Reseller Partner Program.
Appolis is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner, and a Premier member of Microsoft’s Mobile Solution Partner Program. Headquartered in Minneapolis, Appolis’s flagship product is WithoutWire Warehouse (WoW). Built upon the .Net framework, WoW utilizes state-of-the-art technology to deliver the power and benefits of Tier1 WMS solutions, at a fraction of the cost. With a flexible architecture, WoW is integrated to many leading mid-market ERP systems, and can be delivered via traditional on-site installation or as an ASP (Software as a Service). When delivered as an ASP, there isn’t a server to procure, no up-front license fees, and no maintenance costs. For more information, about Appolis and WithoutWire Warehouse, please visit: www.appolis.com.
For more information, please contact Derek J. Kottke