What do I need to qualify as a Yodeck Partner?

What do I need to qualify as a Yodeck Partner?

You just need to be an IT or Digital Signage professional who provides Digital Signage solutions to other companies. That's it.

Of course, there is a minimum billable volume for Resellers and another for Whitelabel Partners, but these are low. And any difference between actual volume and minimum billable volume is reimbursed as soon as you go above this required volume, so you will not be losing any money.

Contact us and you could be the next Yodeck Partner!  
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