SentinelOne: Global Channel Partner Revenue Grows More Than 350% YoY
SentinelOne Worldwide Channel Partner Program revenue has grown more than 350 percent over the past 12 months, according to a prepared statement. In addition, SentinelOne has doubled the number of international channel partners and tripled the number of North American partners during the time frame.
The numbers certainly sound impressive, though there is a caveat: Actual dollar figures were not disclosed.
Managed service providers (MSPs) and MSSPs can join the SentinelOne Worldwide Channel Partner Program to access more than 200 endpoint protection application programming interfaces (APIs), the company stated. They can leverage the SentinelOne Endpoint Protection Platform (EPP) and access a dedicated regional channel manager, margin earnings, technical and sales tutorials and other tools and resources.
SentinelOne, Continuum Announce Partnership
SentinelOne also works with master MSSPs — a set of companies that offer security services to smaller MSPs and their end-customers. An example relationship involves CARVIR, a master MSSP that Continuum acquired a few weeks ago.
Eager to build on that relationship, Continuum announced a more formalized relationship with SentinelOne, vowing to ensure that the MSP platform provider leverages the security company’s software as part of its managed security services.
The partnership enables SentinelOne to support over 1.2 million endpoints, 5,800 partners and 65,000 businesses across the Continuum platform. It also ensures that MSPs and small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) can leverage SentinelOne EPP in conjunction with the Continuum platform.
What Does the Future Hold for SentinelOne?
SentinelOne, like many of its rivals, is seeking to take share in the fast-growing global endpoint security market — which is projected to be worth more than $7.5 billion by 2024, according to market research firm Global Market Insights. Key factors that are expected to accelerate this market’s growth include the rise in cyberattacks against government agencies and IT networks and the push for bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policies among enterprises.