So you’re interested in VISICS technology… but what’s next? If you’re a service organization you may be a great partner candidate.
Since 2009 VISICS has operated around the world for the most reputable energy industry players, utilizing a well developed and trusted partner network.
Our partner portfolio spans over 10 countries and 25 organizations. We classify our partners into two categories – Implementation Partners and Technology Partners.Implementation Partners are often contracting or service proving organizations operating within heavy industries. We rely on these partners to successfully implement VISICS solutions in the field.
When it comes to being a new implementation partner there is a lot of due diligence to cover. First, we will initiate an introductory meeting, whereby both firms can learn about one another. It is in this introductory meeting that the VISICS solution is demonstrated and all questions pertaining to the system, implementation, costs, logistics, training and the like are covered. One can generally expect a good 4-hour session to thoroughly go through all of the information and a demonstration. Fear not, these sessions fly by as we prefer to keep things interactive with two-way dialogue.
We recommend bringing the following stakeholders to this introductory session:
Upon concluding that your firm is both interested and a good fit, we will share our Partner Agreement, which initiates a formal partnership.Once a formal partnership is established (upon signing the Partner Agreement), we will do the following:
Get your sales team set up in the Partner Portal
Initiate training in the VISICS Academy
Make some noise – media announcements
Technology Partners are often innovative organizations that help us develop our service and solution portfolio.
Technology partners help us push the boundaries of innovation, continuously developing solutions for tomorrow. Technology partners can include both hardware and software organizations.
When it comes to being a new technology partner we will initiate an introductory meeting, whereby both firms can learn about one another and discuss “fit”.
In this session, we will talk about technology compatibility and how to get started with a successful partnership.