The North Carolina startup provides a blockchain-based data platform for web3 innovation.
FlureeDB, a blockchain database technology provider, unveiled its first branded global partner program for ISVs, SIs and VARs.
The Fluree Partner Network invests more in partner enablement resources to build and deliver web3 applications.
Buck Flannigan is FlureeDB’s vice president of global partners. He said the market for FlureeDB’s technology is providing new opportunities for partners.
“ISVs are delivering products for enterprises on a modern web3 stack, requiring a congruent data management platform,” he said. “Consultants and SIs are increasingly finding a data-centric architecture delivers the agility and transparency their clients require. Forward-looking VARs are always seeking fast-growing sectors to add to their solution portfolio.”
The blockchain technology provider focused on specific partner types to maximize enablement, Flannigan said.
“A recent Wipro survey found 75% of executives now look at blockchain as a strategic priority in 2020,” Flannigan said. “At the same time, we must dismantle the barriers to adoption for blockchain in new or existing systems, which remains the top-reported issue according to Deloitte. This … represents a golden opportunity for our partners to go to market with data-centric blockchain solutions powered by Fluree.”
FlureeDB has expanded to markets like Asia and Africa.
“ISVs delivering applications gain flexibility with embedded/OEM subscriptions, which fit their deployment model and business model,” Flannigan said. “Resources are available for ISVs whose product offering is at any stage of their web3 journey.”
AWS, Google Cloud Platform and Microsoft Azure support FlureeDB. A diverse group of established and startup ISVs, SIs and VARs are part of the program.
“At Zeeve, we value good technology above all else in a strategic partnership,” said Ravi Chamria, CEO of Zeeve, an ISV partner. “The Fluree team has built a web3 enterprise platform that pushes the boundaries of secure and scalable data management.”
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