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Tintri expands Global Partner Program in ANZ

20 Apr 16

Tintri has expanded its Global Partner Program in Australia and New Zealand, in a move the company hopes will help partners grow VM-aware storage sales through access to more solutions, training, enablement and incentives. 

“More Australian organisations are seeking storage solutions that deliver quality, leading-edge, reliable technology with better business benefits,” says CK Chan, senior sales director, Asia Pacific.

“Tintri aims to offer our partners highly differentiated VM-aware storage solutions, allowing us to provide greater business value for our partners and their customers,” he says.

Tintri has more than 300 channel partners worldwide and Chan says the company has used feedback from its network to enhance the Global Partner Program.

Oliver Descoeudres, marketing and alliances director at Logicalis Australia, says Tintri’s VM-aware storage has generated a lot of interest from Logicalis customers.

“We also see huge potential for Tintri’s products and solutions in our market,” Descoeudres says.

“We’ve been delighted with the interest in the Logicalis stack, which has been developed with Tintri’s technology.

“The Tintri team have been so easy to partner and do business with,” he adds. “We look forward to a successful relationship with Tintri moving forward.” 

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