Six-months into a fresh stint at Intel, Andrew McLean is passionate about how the Australia and New Zealand (A/NZ) region will contribute to the semiconductor chip manufacturer's global growth.
As CIOs assume new positions of power within organisations -- a voice of authority on innovation and transformation agendas -- forward-thinking partners are repositioning to capitalise on a tidal wave of solutions, services and specialisations flowing through the market.
Dicker Data is powering ahead with plans to build a software empire in Australia and New Zealand, creating a multimillion-dollar business based on enhanced partner services and an expanding vendor portfolio.
Experiencing strong growth year after year when you’re laser focused on print, audio visual and lifestyle technology displays a significant mark on the niche path that’s been paved.
Cisco has introduced six new partner solution specialisations aligned to “fast-growing market opportunities”, expanding capabilities via the channel to meet evolving customer demands.
Tech Data is keeping a razor sharp focus on the key technology areas of hybrid cloud, security and data analytics.
Datacom’s Cloud X, a hybrid-ready cloud platform where private cloud security and performance intersects with public cloud features and scale, is picking up market momentum.
Miles Davis has been with Avaya – and the Asia Pacific region – for less than a year, but already has big plans for the vendor’s channel future.
HP has unveiled plans to double down on partner growth amid a significant pivot in market focus, balancing core requirements with emerging ambitions to lay the foundation for future ecosystem growth.
VMware has evolved its Partner Connect program featuring a new framework to align closer with cloud services growth and solutions-centric business models.
Cisco Meraki has doubled down on its commitment to deliver "business and human outcomes" along with a sustainability mandate in Asia Pacific.
Wireless networking vendor Cradlepoint has seen its growth continue to accelerate across Asia Pacific, abound in 4G and 5G as more points of connection take place, and partners are coming along for the investment ride.
Dell Technologies is riding the wave of accelerating channel sales with partners now responsible for more than half of all customer orders in Asia Pacific and Japan.
Workflow automation platform ServiceNow is sharpening its focus on channel partners as they continue to play a critical role in its growth strategy.
Partners are “switching allegiances” to Dell Technologies because of double-digit product line growth, healthy rebates and supply chain predictability, as the channel pursues aggressive market gains post-pandemic.
Amazon Web Services is celebrating the 10th anniversary of its AWS Partner Network and Marketplace by looking back on key channel milestones while charting a path for the next decade ahead.
Cisco, HPE-Aruba, Ubiquiti, CommScope are driving the transition from Wi-Fi 5 to Wi-Fi 6 and beyond with automation, AI and machine learning.
Everest Group’s annual ranking of the top IT service providers saw some movement this year compared to last, but one thing that remained unchanged was Accenture’s place at the top of the list.
Recently anointed Paul Burton admits Big Blue may have neglected the APAC channel in the past, but they will now take centre stage of its hybrid cloud push.
Singapore-based NCS has made its fourth acquisition within the space of 15 months in Australia by snapping up Arq Group in a A$290 million deal designed to strengthen digital capabilities and services offerings.
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