Data management software vendor, Commvault has taken the wrappers off a new global partner program that promises to create multiple new revenue streams and enhance partner profitability.
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Microsoft is introducing a slew of new investments in partner programs and product updates as it proclaims it spends 'billions investing in partners every year.'
Datto Asia Pacific has doubled down on its recruitment of managed service providers (MSPs) as part of a major regional investment.
Vocus Group has revealed it is splitting into a trio of independent business units as it continues to move through its three-year turnaround strategy.
Dicker Data is making a move into the industrial scanner and printer space through a new distribution relationship with Honeywell covering Australia and New Zealand.
Disclosing acquisition offers to the market is nothing new, but in a majority of these cases, they usually eventuate into something thereafter.
Tradewinds Technology Brokerage has extended its AT&T partnership from the US to the Australian and New Zealand market
During the next three years Hewlett Packard Enterprise has revealed it will shift its entire portfolio towards adapting an as-a-service model.
New Zealand organisations spent $220 million on CRM software in 2018, increasing 13.9 per cent according to analyst firm, Gartner.
Commvault has made two new hires as it reveals a new business strategy for A/NZ for FY20 in the face of significant year-on-year growth.
Intel is beefing up its networking play through the acquisition of US-based start-up Barefoot Networks.
Accessories vendor Targus has expanded its channel presence in New Zealand by adding Dicker Data to its distribution portfolio.
Vocus has received an acquisition proposal from EQT Infrastructure in a deal valued at $5.25 per share in cash, worth $3.26 billion, via a scheme of arrangement.
Cloud infrastructure services spending has jumped 42 per cent in the first quarter of 2019, compared to the same time last year.
A year on since being acquired by Salesforce, business application network platform provider MuleSoft has made Rob Thorne its new local head of Asia Pacific.