Datacentrix, a provider of ICT solutions, has been appointed as a Dell EMC Titanium Partner, joining a niche group of partners who are recognised for their expertise in the South African industry.
The Titanium tier of the Dell EMC Partner Program acknowledges partners who have demonstrated capability and resources, going above and beyond requirements to achieve expert levels in their designated areas of competency. In the case of Datacentrix, these include client-computing, networking, and server and storage.
Rudolf van der Gryp, Dell EMC business unit lead at Datacentrix is naturally pleased with the acknowledgement and believes it was the expected next step in the partnership between the two organisations.
“The synergies are apparent to both ourselves and our customers,” he says. “We have grown our Dell EMC business by more than 100 percent year-on-year over the past four years, and believe this is due to the fact that Dell EMC’s solution offering helps our customers overcome challenges easily and affordably.
“Our new Titanium status will afford Datacentrix the opportunity to work more closely with Dell EMC to meet our mutual customers’ needs in bigger and better ways.”
This level of partnership recognises the service and execution levels that Datacentrix customers have grown to expect, but it also enables the company to offer more by way of competitive pricing, early access to the latest technologies and training, and a roadmap to future growth with Dell EMC.
“The digital era is here – all that is left for us is to reach out and take charge of it,” says Doug Woolley, GM of Dell EMC South Africa. “But that’s easier said than done, and you need the best partners to go on that journey. I’m very glad that Datacentrix has decided to join Dell EMC in helping South African companies transform for the future. As a Titanium partner, they will create great gains for the country while growing their own business. We look forward to working with them in creating a society of which we’re all proud.”
Edited by Daniëlle Kruger
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