Auditor Partner Programme is refreshed to lower licensing costs and increase business
Netwrix, a provider of change and configuration auditing products, has updated its its MSP Partner Programme, Netwrix Auditor, for its managed service and hosting provision customers.
Auditor has been reworked to allow MSPs to differentiate the services they offer and provide a new source of revenue by solving compliance and auditing requirements. The new programme rewards MSP Partner members by decreasing licensing costs as their volume of business increases.
The new programme makes offering change auditing, compliance and security-as-a-service easier and more profitable. The company added that MSPs would be able to deliver security services that have a track record of proven value and thereby provide” instant credibility” to their customers. The new licensing offers usage-based pricing and pay-as-you-go monthly billing, with no up-front commitments which Netwrix claimed is a business model demanded by today’s MSPs.
“We have been listening to our partners and their customers and created a model for our MSP Partners that is flexible as well as incentive rich,” said John Ross, vice president of strategic alliances for Netwrix. “We believe it will help our partners provide flexible service offerings and enable complete visibility across all IT systems available on the market. Netwrix fully supports our MSP partners to meet the varied needs of their customers no matter the size, location or requirements for compliance and IT auditing.”
Netwrix described Auditor as a change and configuration auditing platform that gives complete visibility into who did what, when and where across the entire IT infrastructure. This streamlines compliance, strengthens security and simplifies root cause analysis.
The system provides coverage of audited systems and applications on a single platform – including Active Directory, Exchange, File Servers, SharePoint, SQL Server, VMware, Windows Server, and others. It also supports auditing of many unlisted systems or applications via screen activity recording of privileged users, even if it does not produce any logs.