"We're excited to work with MeasureMatch to expand and enable the global community of experts helping businesses grow with data", Tai Rattigan, Global Head of Partnerships at Amplitude.
Amplitude is the world's #1 product intelligence platform, empowering teams to use customer data to build great product experiences for growth. Over 30,000 teams and 20 of the Fortune 100 use Amplitude to improve conversion and retention. Amplitude customers include companies like Twitter, Doordash, Hubspot, adidas, PayPal, and Microsoft. Many of which leverage expert consultants to use customer data to increase digital growth.
Amplitude's most savvy experts are adept at:
- Product and growth strategy
- Data taxonomy and implementation
- Reporting and insight generation
Amplitude's Service Partner Hub is now live and open for:
1/ existing Amplitude service partners to join by applying to the MeasureMatch network
2/ existing MeasureMatch service providers to apply to be Amplitude-verified.
If you're an experienced Amplitude user or have experience with user-oriented analytics login to your MeasureMatch account and apply today.
Or if you’re already an Amplitude service partner, sign up for a MeasureMatch account.
Below are a few FAQs and you can find a growing number of articles in our new Help Center.
Service Partner Hubs FAQ
Question. I am already a certified partner of a technology vendor that has a MeasureMatch Service Partner Hub, why should I bother?
Answer. Good question. Consultants, consultancies, agencies and SIs in our network are applying to be featured as technology vendor partners for two reasons:
Question. What if I don't have enough experience or a certification, can I still apply?
Answer. Each technology vendor determines its own qualifying criteria, which means it is up to each technology vendor make a call regarding partner eligibility. It could be that an award-winning case study, backed up with an endorsement from a client is enough to get you in. Some vendors will, no doubt, be hard-nosed about requiring certifications or a minimum number of years of experience, etc.
Question. What's the point of Service Partner Hubs?
Answer. There are a few things that we've taken into account to build this part of the platform:
Quality & Trust
Although we interview all relevant service provider applicants, we know we can do better to ensure MeasureMatch clients are presented with an excellent range of high quality consultants and consultancies. Service Partner Hubs is a way to do that, with direct participation by technology vendors themselves.
The vast majority of the project work done via the MeasureMatch marketplace is systems-specific.Having the makers of these systems actively participating in the marketplace will help us to help you… and help clients to get the most of the software systems they've adopted.
Technology vendor participation is via a Vendor account, but packed with Client account functionality. So, in addition to creating Service Partner Hubs, technology vendors can also submit project briefs and book consultants into contracts, just like Clients can. Vendor accounts are built this way because we were told this would be useful. So, sooner than later, the first project briefs from technology vendors will emerge i.e. new revenue opportunities, and new ways to deepen technology vendor relationships.
And there's more. But we'll leave it at this for now.
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