Why Partner with Parallel Campus
Build and reinforce your sales online or at on-site instructor-lead sessions
Free and unlimited support via email, chat, Knowledge Base and 24/7 phone calls
Advanced Optimized Coding
Application built based on the top notch Microsoft Technology
Maximize your sales with our award-winning solutions in data protection
Achieve success through global Parallel Campus Partner Program
Partnership with Parallel Campus means entering into a mutually beneficial agreement to bring education industry leading ERP solutions to the marketplace and implementing these quickly and cost effectively to address the needs of small, midsized, and large institutions equally.
The Parallel Campus Partner Network empowers partner with exceptional programs and features to distinguish your offerings from the competition, seize opportunities, and increase sales with these education industries. Partners are specifically focused on re-selling and delivering the parallel campus platform and education services.
Our partner programs allow you to be efficient and effective, but most importantly…PROFITABLE!
Parallel Campus accredits Platinum and Gold Partners and certifies their solutions. We ensure that the partner’s design and development processes are world class and tests their integration with Parallel Campus software solutions.
- Platinum Partner:
Large Regional, national or international providers who need the highest levels of benefits and Ownership management engagement along with highest discount and best support incidents.
- Gold Partner:
Regional or national coverage service providers who have a greater investment in automation and high tech capabilities. For the partners who wants the benefits of good discount and best support incidents.
Service providers who are experiencing growth and will benefit from larger discounts and more support incidents.
- Bronze Partner:
Service providers who are looking to grow their business in Education and want the benefits of discounts with minimum signing amount and support incidents