This IDC update summarizes the key findings and participant feedback from the Software Channel Leadership Council (SCLC) summit held on December 2, 2009, in Palo Alto, California. The theme of the day was “Partner Engagement,” building on top of IDC’s research effort on the topic. Event participants included 22 software vendor executives, IDC software partnering analysts, and four partners (that attended a portion of the afternoon session). This document focuses on the feedback and perceptions of the participants regarding the three main sessions during the day, including:
IDC research presentation: Partner engagement
Partner engagement partner panel discussion
Breakout group presentations: Six approaches to improved partner engagement
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