Zomentum Launches ‘Partner-Led Growth’ Podcast Hosted by MSP Veteran Ben Spector
Weekly Program Features SaaS Leaders Solving Dynamic Business Challenges for Technology Partners and Their Customers
Zomentum, creators of the first intelligent Revenue Platform for technology partners, announced the launch of “Partner-Led Growth.” The weekly podcast introduces innovative software as a service (SaaS) leader developing solutions to problems technology partners may not even have considered yet.
The Partner-Led Growth podcast is hosted by Ben Spector, a former technology partner turned technology evangelist and Zomentum’s Product Manager. Spector brings the partner perspective to every podcast episode. He draws on a decade of experience advising businesses on their technology needs as the owner of a managed service provider (MSP), which he built from the ground up and successfully sold in 2020.
“Technology partners are on the front lines, helping businesses figure out how to work better, faster, remotely, securely, profitably, etc.,” said Spector. “There’s a real need to provide them with actionable information on solutions for client problems that may not even be on their radars.”
“Technology partners are on the front lines, helping businesses figure out how to work better, faster, remotely, securely, profitably, etc. There’s a real need to provide them with actionable information on solutions for client problems that may not even be on their radars.”
To fill this content gap, the Partner-Led Growth podcast will feature interviews with pioneering SaaS leaders who will share their perspectives on the problems and productivity challenges for functional leaders within client businesses and explain how technology can solve them.
In Episode 1, “SMBs Adopting Tech,” Spector kicks off the Partner-Led Growth podcast series with special guest Zomentum CEO Shruti Ghatge. Their discussion zeroes in on the podcast’s raison d’être — how small and medium businesses (SMBs) are adopting technology at an unprecedented rate and the resulting challenges.
“With exponential change, agility is no longer enough for businesses to keep up,” said Spector. “Technology partners need to anticipate both opportunities and challenges for their clients to help them turn disruption into advantage.”
To do that, Ghatge explains that partners need to more easily discover and deliver solutions to SMBs – a problem that Zomentum is working to solve. “SMBs, in particular, are moving away from ‘legacy apps’ and going to highly specific, problem-solving tools,” Ghatge said. “Zomentum is based on providing consolidated and vetted solutions that solve emerging business challenges many partners face” when advising their customers.
Listeners are introduced to many of these creative solutions in later episodes. For example:
- Episode 2, “Replicating Culture While Hybrid,” features Spector’s conversation with Annil Chandel, CEO and Founder of Wurkr Ltd., a SaaS platform for organizations in the work-from-anywhere era. Chandel and Spector discuss what the “work environment” means now—very different from the corner office of the 1960s—and what organizations demand from technology to create meaningful culture and connection in the hybrid or remote environments.
- Episode 3 features Javier Aldrete, Senior Vice President of Product, ActivTrak, makers of workforce analytics software. Listen in while Aldrete turns Spector from employee monitoring skeptic to convert by explaining that it can be used by employers to identify productivity challenges across the organizations and by individual employees to prevent burnout.