Knox Partner Program frequently asked questions
The Knox Partner Program is Samsung's ecosystem of B2B solutions and services for our enterprise partners, and is designed to assist businesses with customer outreach and growth by providing training, technical support, marketing, and assistance with sales activities.
No, there is no charge to join the Knox Partner Program. You just need to visit the Knox Partner Program site, and click Become a Partner to complete the application form.
You'll need to be a registered business with a D-U-N-S number (registered with Dun & Bradstreet), and sign up using your corporate email address. Please note, your company will need to use the same address used to register with Dun & Bradstreet to join the Knox Partner Program.
Knox Partners are companies that offer mobile solutions and services to their customers, or for internal company use. This can include B2B businesses. We work with independent service/solution vendors (ISVs), system integrators (SIs), Knox Managed Service Providers (MSP), device and license resellers (Knox Deployment Program), accessory providers, and more.
Yes. When you enroll in the Knox Partner Program, you can choose one or more of the following partner types:
- Independent Solution Vendor (ISV)
- Accessory Provider
- System Integrator (SI)
- Knox Managed Service Provider (MSP)
- Samsung Device Reseller (KDP)
- Knox License Reseller
Yes, you can request to change your partner type or add another type. From the Knox Partner Program dashboard, click Contact us, choose the Partnership topic, and write us a message describing the changes you'd like to make.
Partner registration is required for access to Samsung Knox development tools. These tools, such as the Samsung Knox SDKs, provide developers with access and control over powerful Samsung device security and granular management features. Once you've registered as a partner, you can access the Developer tools by clicking Knox Developers from the Knox Partner Program dashboard.
Once you've registered as a reseller or MSP partner, you can access the Support page and create a support case by clicking Support from the Knox Partner Program dashboard.
To join the Knox Partner Program, you must be a registered business entity with a valid Dun & Bradstreet D-U-N-S Number. A D-U-N-S Number is a unique nine-digit identifier that is used to access business information. When you enroll in the Knox Partner Program, you'll be asked to provide your D-U-N-S Number so the identity of your company can be verified.
To check if you already have a D-U-N-S Number, sign in to the Knox Partner Portal, and find your D-U-N-S Number on the Knox partner site.