Select ThinkEDU as your Academic Channel Manager

Looking for a partner to assist you in growing your academic channel? Think ThinkEDU. As an Academic Channel Manager, ThinkEDU can manage your product line or learning partners.

Types of Channel Management

Depending on the type of what kind of management you are looking for, ThinkEDU has the right solution for you.

Training Programs


Product Manager


Service Program


ThinkEDU can assist you in managing your product or service.

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The ultimate aim of any organization is to develop a better relationship between the customer and the product.

Channel management helps in developing a program for selling and servicing customers within the academic marketplace. The aim is to streamline communication between a business and the customer. To do this, you need to segment your channels according to the characteristics of your customers: their needs, buying patterns, success factors, etc. and then customize a program that includes goals, policies, products, sales, and marketing program.

The goal of channel management is to establish direct communication with customers in each channel. If the company is able to effectively achieve this goal, the management will have a better idea which marketing channel best suits that particular customer base. The techniques used in each channel could be different, but the overall strategy must always brand the business consistently throughout the communication.
ThinkEDU can assist you in managing your training centers. Training centers assist you in delivering authorized, instructor-led training across your product range. The more users who are well trained to expertly use your product the bigger the business demand – and the bigger the need for up-to-date professional training.
The management of ThinkEDU has been working with service-based businesses for over 20 years. In that time, we’ve had the opportunity to get to know a lot of business owners who are past the startup phase and are now wondering what they should be doing to expand their business into the academic space. The goal for many of these business owners is to get to the point where they aren’t chasing down new business every month and instead have a steady flow of leads, projects going on and recurring or passive income coming in through subscription billing programs.