Channel Asia Evolve in association with Schneider Electric

As customers digitally transform in Southeast Asia, how can partners capitalise?

With the pursuit of digital now considered the default customer priority across Southeast Asia, traditional go-to-market strategies are being challenged as forward-thinking partners seek to transform.

As organisations leverage emerging technologies and enhanced business models to modernise, new demands are being placed on the ecosystem to keep pace.

Whether cloud, edge computing or hybrid IT, profit chasing partners must evolve beyond conventional resell to embrace services, predictable revenue streams and strengthened end-user value propositions. Yet clarification is required to capitalise as the channel moves beyond box-shifting to embrace innovative services.

This Channel Asia Evolve – in association with Schneider Electric – will document the leading customer priorities in relation to digital transformation across Southeast Asia, shaped by step-by-step guidance documenting how partners can modernise through new technologies and services to capitalise.

Channel Asia Evolve will help partners:

  • Identify and align with evolving customer priorities
  • Build services offerings to drive new revenue streams
  • Create step-by-step guidance to excel in business and technology

Event sponsor

As customers digitally transform in Southeast Asia, how can partners capitalise?

Date/Time

Wednesday, 22nd Sep 2021 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. SGT

Venue

Live Virtual Event

Event sponsor

  • Schneider Electric

Who Should Attend

    *This event is designed for the benefit of Managed Service Providers and System Integrators from Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Vietnam, Taiwan and Korea.

    *IDG Communications reserves the right to limit attendance to those working in reseller business (C-level management, Sales Managers, Technical Managers, Channel Manager, BDMs) who meet the attendee criteria and refuse attendance by anyone from competing vendor, distributor or media organisations.