The Brazilian unit of Taiwanese network solutions provider D-Link has overhauled its partner program, the company said in a statement.
The initiative divides partners into four categories - gold, silver, elite and registered - and also creates a division aimed at driving sales to smaller businesses.
"We consider the SME market as key for consolidating our brand in the corporate segment," said Victor Proscurchin, general manager of D-Link Brasil.
Aside from SMEs, the revamped program also spotlights VoIP and 3G solution sales to ISPs and operators, as well as management software and connectivity sales for video vigilance projects.
D-Link - which specializes in selling networking, connectivity and communication information equipment - has had a presence in Latin America for 11 years.