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Channel partners for Process Bliss

Referral programme for firm’s process management tool

Alister launches his latest company Process Bliss

Process Bliss chief executive Alister Esam

Newbury company Process Bliss has launched a channel referral programme as it seeks to increase UK sales of its process management tool, announcing process consultancy Libreea as its first channel partner.

The easy-to-use process management SaaS was launched in 2018 and aims to help small businesses stay on top of their everyday processes – the small day-to-day and repeatable tasks that drive a business.

Theale Lakes Business Park-based Libreea works with organisations to develop and fix their process workflows and is known for its use of mapping tools to help management teams visualise workflows and adding cost analysis to processes.

Partnering with Process Bliss allows Libreea to progress from that point, to offering a solution that will address and improve process issues for its customers.

“Being able to offer a smart tool that makes managing processes and tasks much more straightforward for our customers is a no-brainer, and Process Bliss ticks every box,” said Libreea managing director Victoria Hormigo. “It’s the next obvious step after we have worked with a customer on mapping process. It gives them an easy-to-use solution to implement the changes we have identified and recommended.”

Libreea will recommend Process Bliss to its clients, who will be offered a 20 per cent discount for any paying customers.
Over the course of 2019, Process Bliss will look to expand its offering across the UK via further partnerships, offering a unique discount code to each channel partner.

Process Bliss chief executive Alister Esam said: “Working with process consultants as channel partners is an obvious and advantageous route to market for us – customers already understand the value (and have processes ready to go) and are just in need of the right tool to implement and manage those processes.

“Libreea has an impressive track record in working with organisations to improve their processes and this is a partnership that makes sense for both parties.”

Process management is a growing issue that businesses of all sizes are increasingly keen to address and Statista analysis has predicted the global business process management (BPM) market will reach $10.4bn in 2019.

Process Bliss aims to empower employees to focus on what is important and provide reassurance that tasks will be completed – smartly, efficiently and on time.

Launched in 2018, Process Bliss already has more than 600 SME users in the UK across a variety of sectors. Its founder, Mr Esam, has a proven track record in technology, having launched his previous software company eShare in 2004, before growing it to a global firm with a £5m-plus turnover, and selling it in 2018.

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