Relayware, Inc. specializes in partner relationship management (PRM) software. From data-driven partner portal solutions to partner automation and performance management, Relayware’s partnering automation applications maximize partner engagement and productivity allowing companies to optimize their channel management and marketing initiatives. Relayware offers Partner Portal Pack, Partner Sales Pack, Partner Training Pack and Partner Marketing Pack. And at the core of all Relayware solutions is Relayware’s Partner Cloud, a platform for deploying and integrating the communication tools that simplify and extend partner processes beyond the enterprise.
Relayware solutions can connect and communicate with CRM solutions, such as Salesforce, as well as other third-party applications. Relayware, Inc. was founded in 1995. The company has offices in Oxford, England, Redwood Shores, California and Jersey City, New Jersey.
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