Every day this week, CRN.com will feature a new article on the changing channel financing landscape. From distributors and national banks to venture capitalists and private equity firms, the number of capital sources and financing options available for solution providers has grown in recent years. CRN looks at how channel financing has changed since the recession of 2009, and how the move to managed services and cloud services has altered the way solution providers are using that financing.
While there are plenty of sources for channel financing these days, solution providers still need to be financially sound in order to secure credit and/or capital. Here are seven ways to increase your credit profile.
The opportunities generated by cloud and managed services have venture capital firms turning their attention to the channel.
After an extended drought, solution providers say credit and capital investments are flowing again. Here's how the channel financing game has changed.
Wells Fargo maintains its focus on the channel and its reseller partners with its second latest big partnership with AT&T.
As part of CRN's Finance Week, here are 10 new financing options and programs for solution providers and customers.
As VARs transition to offer managed services and the cloud, they are finding that banks just don't understand their new business, or don't want to. Where can they turn?
Dell is partnering with GE Capital and Wells Fargo to bring channel partners 60-day extended financing terms to help grow solution provider businesses.