AXELOS launches updated consulting partner programme
AXELOS has launched its updated AXELOS Consulting Partner (ACP) programme. The programme recognizes consulting organizations that provide advisory services involving AXELOS products.
All ACP members will have access to a variety of exclusive tools, content, robust maturity models, and lead generation opportunities. In addition, all ACPs receive an AXELOS-endorsed digital badge to highlight their expertise to prospective clients and will get a dedicated corporate listing on AXELOS.com to support the generation of new leads.
Consultants have to be part of the ACP programme to access the industry leading P3M3® Maturity Model, a framework for organizations to assess and benchmark their current performance and effectively develop plans for improvement. Via the programme, they will also be able to access the ITIL® Maturity Model, which will be relaunched in Q3 this year. Both are fully digitized and offer benchmarking and visualization capabilities.
The new ACP programme is made up of a three-level structure. Consulting partners can choose which annual membership best fits their services:
- The Essential level membership package includes the use of AXELOS IP as part of members’ consultancy offering. The AXELOS P3M3 and ITIL Maturity Models are available on a pay-per-use basis as part of the Essential package.
- The Premium level membership package includes the complementary use of the AXELOS P3M3 and ITIL Maturity Models (five uses of each model per membership year). The Premium package also provides access to insight research reports and regular invitations to take part in product development testing.
- The Elite level membership package includes the complimentary use of the AXELOS P3M3 and ITIL Maturity Models (unlimited use of each model per membership year). Elite package members will also be offered first refusal to take part in regular AXELOS product development testing.
Margo Leach, Chief Product Officer at AXELOS, yesterday said:
“We’re really proud of our new offering. It’s essential for us to add as much value as possible to our network. Everything in the ACP programme is designed to support our consulting partners and help them get noticed in this very competitive industry.”
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