ISVs can deliver AI and insight apps across their organizations.
Independent software vendors (ISVs) now have access to the Mindbreeze Inspire platform. That’s because the company just added them to its partner program.
Austria-based Mindbreeze provides appliances and cloud services in the field of information insight. The Mindbreeze Partner Program, which the company established three years ago, already includes more than 150 VARs across the globe.
Now, ISVs can benefit from Mindbreeze InSpire OEM partnerships. They can deliver artificial intelligence (AI) and insight apps across their organizations.
Mindbreeze InSpire combines search technologies with AI to analyze massive amounts of information from connected data sources. It highlights complex correlations, delivering insights to employees across the enterprise. And it maintains strict security standards.
More than 2,000 of the world’s largest companies use Mindbreeze InSpire to reach their business outcomes.
Mindbreeze said VARs have made satisfied customers out of some of the world’s largest companies.
Shorter Path for ISVs
Daniel Fallmann is founder and CEO of Mindbreeze.
“The demand for AI is tremendous,” he said. “Therefore, we decided to shorten the path for other ISVs to connect to all the information available in an enterprise, analyze the existing information in all the different formats, understand the information and use as well as visualize it within their own applications.”
ISVs and VARs that join the program receive the following benefits:
- Access to the Mindbreeze InSpire product and development platform.
- Working with Mindbreeze senior software architects to maximize value for the partners and their customers.
- Entry into the Mindbreeze community to exchange ideas and solutions with others.
- Guidance on proven best practices.
- Hands-on training and support.
- Participation in the Mindbreeze advanced marketing program.
- Presales demo support.
“The learnings we had with those integrations and partnerships is now consolidated in one partner program to make the collaboration with Mindbreeze as simple as possible, as well as to use the Mindbreeze Inspire technology in the most effective and efficient way,” he said.
Mindbreeze considered feedback from over 2,400 customers globally when expanding the program, Fallmann said.
“Many of them believed that some of their software vendors would urgently need an AI and insight engine like Mindbreeze Inspire built into their own products,” he said.