MakerBot and Stratasys have created a sales partnership program that will extend cross-selling of products. In addition to having each company sell partner products, MakerBot is also launching a training program for Stratasys resellers and distributors to familiarize them with the full portfolio.
The new sales partnership began last month. By combining product offerings, resellers can offer customers a more thorough understanding of both Stratasys and MakerBot 3D printers, the company states. Additionally, MakerBot resellers and distributors will also become a part of the Stratasys printer program.
“We believe that both Stratasys and MakerBot can greatly benefit from each other’s strengths — and so can our customers,” said Jonathan Jaglom, CEO at MakerBot. “This collaboration between the two companies gives our customers access to a larger suite of products that is designed to speed up the design process and lower costs. The partnership program also empowers sales partners to better consult their customers on how to make their product development processes more effective and gain a competitive edge.”
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