In selecting its go-to-market partners, GoCanvas is picky; downright persnickety. As the demand for its platform continues to escalate, GoCanvas continues to narrow its focus, recruiting only those partners with a proven record delivering industry-specific solutions to their business customers.
Selling GoCanvas requires more than just ‘talking the talk.’ First-hand experience and domain-level knowledge is needed from partners who can leverage the GoCanvas mobile data collection platform to bring their customers new, flexible ways of capturing data and quickly moving it to where it can immediately be most useful.
GoCanvas partners will unlock industry-leading commissions through attracting and on-boarding new GoCanvas customers while also deepening their consulting relationships with those clients by executing transformational integration projects, migrating client data and processes to the cloud, building and maintaining GoCanvas mobile forms and documents and training and educating clients on GoCanvas best practice.
John Hamilton, President of JOTS Computing, who leverages his knowledge of Public Safety and GoCanvas to change the way police and firefighters capture data in the field, offered this on the GoCanvas Partner Program, "GoCanvas has been our number one partner in helping our men and women in Public Safety do their jobs more efficiently...It's Click, Submit and Done!. I rarely engage with state, county or city public service executives where I can't describe ways that GoCanvas could be deployed to streamline their existing processes.”
Construction and engineering software expert, Sandrah Vittands, a founding partner of S&B Systems, a firm that provides services to clients in both the United States and Canada, has several active and prospective GoCanvas projects running today, "We're 'hands-on' with the top construction software systems in our industry, and we continue to introduce GoCanvas as the optimal solution to capture data from the field and integrate that information into our clients' existing systems."