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Brianna Moriarty

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Brianna Moriarty is the Partner Development Manager at Star Micronics where she works with channel-partners to grow their business and develop new markets. Brianna has a background in marketing and uses this to help VARs and ISVs to establish a go-to-market strategy and create co-marketing campaigns. She enjoys following the latest social media marketing trends and creating content for retailers and SMBs.

Revitalize your Reseller Channel Program for the New Normal

Developers need to rely more heavily on digital communication, virtual education and events, and learning how to sell online.

The Benefits of Partner Marketing

Having trouble creating blogs and other marketing content? Here's why your vendor partners could be the solution.

4 Answers to ISVs’ Most Pressing Questions About Social Media

With the right strategy, ISVs can choose the best platforms for social selling, build a following, and connect with prospects on social media.

Advice for ISV Startups Targeting Restaurants

ISV startups entering the restaurant industry need a good understanding of the industry and a narrow focus to succeed.

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