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​Emerson Network steps up channel strategy with local Distribution Central distie deal

​Emerson Network steps up channel strategy with local Distribution Central distie deal

“We will take the Emerson Network Power portfolio to market with a full suite of channel services."

Nick Verykios, CEO and Managing Director, Distribution Central

Nick Verykios, CEO and Managing Director, Distribution Central

Emerson Network Power, a provider of infrastructure for information and communications technology systems, continues its aggressive channel push across the Australia and New Zealand region by signing on Distribution Central as a distributor.

Effective October 6, 2015, this latest partnership will enable Emerson’s partners to address emerging business challenges created by disruptive technologies such as the Internet of Things (IoT), cloud and virtualisation.

“New technology trends are emerging and small and medium enterprises (SMEs) should future-proof their critical infrastructure to make it agile, efficient and responsive,” says Mo Kandeel, channel director, Emerson Network Power Australia and New Zealand.

“Our aim is to continuously look for new opportunities and partnerships that will bring our industry-leading solutions closer to our customers through our partner community.”

Kandeel says Distribution Central is a leader in digital and technology distribution and channel services.

Through this latest partnership, Distribution Central will carry Emerson Network Power’s portfolio targeted for SMEs, including power management, thermal management and IT management.

Backed by Distribution Central’s service portfolio, Kandeel believes the partnership will provide a “comprehensive IT solutions” offering to the Australia-New Zealand market.

“Distribution Central’s addition to our distributor network is a testament to our continued success in the channel market in Australia and New Zealand,” said Kandeel.

“With its excellent service reputation and wide network of resellers, we are confident that we will be able to cater to a broader customer base.”

In distributing the Emerson portfolio across both sides of the Tasman, Distribution Central is headquartered in Sydney, Australia, with branch offices in Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra, Perth, Auckland and Wellington.

“Emerson Network Power’s portfolio enhances our data centre technology offering and gives our partners the ability to ensure the reliability of their customers’ most critical applications,” adds Nick Verykios, CEO and Managing Director, Distribution Central.

“We will take the Emerson Network Power portfolio to market with a full suite of channel services, and combined with Emerson’s commitment to the channel enable Emerson’s partners to deliver real business benefits to their customers.”

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