Corporate members can take advantage of CompTIA’s Channel Training, the most popular and highly rated member benefit. Members can utilize CompTIA’s vendor neutral training to fill their learning portals with recorded sessions or live virtual training to educate staff, partners and prospects on business topics relevant to today’s ever evolving technology industry. Training is delivered through a variety of mediums including 45- to 60-minute quick start and executive certificate session, as well as self-paced e-learning courses.
Available in live virtual and recorded formats
Our most popular course for our corporate vendor members, this six-module course prepares CAMs to successfully recruit, align, prioritize, manage and market through partners. Read more here.
Building on the foundations of CAM101, this four-module course prepares Channel Account Managers to improve the vendor value proposition through strategic partner planning, enabling recurring revenue, and developing a better understanding of the partner business.
A two-part program of six total modules, this course offers vendors considering a channel route-to-market strategy first a criterion for evaluating the fit for their business, then a step-by-step process for successfully implementing a partner program.
45-minute to 60-minute research presentations available in live webinar and recorded formats
These annual workforce studies focus on regional workforce and policy issues across North America.
An annual study that identifies tech industry, tech workforce, and IT channel trends and issues.
An annual study that tracks the emergence of technology, customers, partnerships and other dynamics within the ever-changing technology channel.
An annual study of cybersecurity businesses and practitioners on the emerging trends in cybersecurity and privacy.
An annual study of manage service providers that reflects evolving business models and solutions, customer trends, operational standards, and the current state of business.
*These presentations represent a portion of CompTIA’s research portfolio. Other virtual live or recorded research presentations may be available. Contact your membership representative at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
45-minutes sessions on managed service business best practices available in live webinar or recorded formats
Accelerating Your Sales Strategy
This session takes participants through selling techniques of traditional and digital strategies that will help sales form new relationships with targeted decision makers, including line of business (LOB), C-suite and other key decision makers.
Advanced Sales Techniques
Participants will concentrate on building strategies and value propositions, review the elements necessary for a successful sales strategy including the importance of customer retention and use of sales business analytics—and why it matters.
Develop agility for adjusting to the constantly changing technology landscape, identify and evaluate market trends and developments that affect business strategy and use best practices to assist your customers to cultivate their own agility.
Digital Selling and Social Media
Participants will learn how to create new business with effective social media campaigns, how to create and maximize demand generation and capitalize on customer reach, including how to optimize target audiences and understand the analytics for success.
Business Continuity and Data Recovery
Don’t let an unplanned incident or disaster take your critical systems offline. Learn six steps for constructing an optimum BCDR plan for your business and for your customers.
Healthy businesses can increase revenue while cutting down on unnecessary costs and allocating resources appropriately. Participants will learn how to build business processes that can help to effectively manage and automate resources.
Tackling Cloud Security Concerns
Learn how to assess your customer's current landscape, ensure good security practices are part of their digital transformation and create an overall ideal cybersecurity posture as more of their critical systems move the cloud.