We'll help you deliver the best cybersecurity to your clients.
At ESHA IT, we believe in that providing value to clients is very important. If your customers are requesting cybersecurity, you don’t have to spend time and money building it from scratch. Partner with us and leverage our experts and innovative cybersecurity to increase your service offerings.
Our partnership program consists of many ways to increase your customer base by reselling, referrals or white labeling our offerings. Contact us to discover the best program that fits the needs of your customers.
Why partner with ESHA IT?
- Our partnership program is a proven revenue stream for generating new clients
- You can up sell additional services to your client at no extra cost
- Become a one stop cybersecurity services provider to your clients with an enhanced service suite
- Get 24/7 access to our security experts
- Get support from our partner managers during the entire sales life cycle
- Increase profits with our two-way client referral process
Our business is built on strong relationships with Partners. We offer different options within our partner ecosystem.
Strategic Alliances - Value added resellers & MSPs
This offer provides your clients with access to our entire cybersecurity services suite at no additional cost. Access to our excellent cybersecurity services will allow you to become a one stop service provider while creating an additional substantial revenue stream.
When you refer your prospects or clients, you will receive an incentive and you can count on us to manage your sales lifecycle.
Technology & Services Alliances
Enhance our existing service & product suite with your offerings and get access to a network of clients & prospects.
Cyber Insurance companies & Law firms
In addition to technology firms, we also partner with cybersecurity insurance companies and law firms to help our clients protect their valuable assets.
Let's Work Together!
Talk to our partnership managers today.
Case Study: Local MSP partners with ESHA IT to increase service offerings.
A local Managed Service Provider (MSP) of IT software, networking and help desk services needed to offer more services to their customers. After a few years in business, their clients wanted cybersecurity services which they didn’t offer so they were going to other full-service IT companies.
Cybersecurity became a concern of the MSPs clients because they heard about the large number of reported cyber-attacks that affected small and mid-sized companies (SMBs) in 2018.