TCS priorities align with evolving market trends in the Philippines, driven by customer efforts to modernise infrastructure to realise digital ambitions.
The sobering impact of Covid-19 on the technology market in Asia Pacific is starting to be realised, placing increased pressure on the channel.
Managing large partner ecosystems during a period of crisis is no easy task as vendors balance short-term and long-term priorities.
Telkomtelstra has kick-started a networking overhaul to drive digital adoption in Indonesia, enhancing SD-WAN capabilities in partnership with VMware.
Powerupcloud has unveiled plans to expand multi-cloud capabilities in 2020, as the cloud specialist chases advanced specialisation.
Client, server and storage - the three lines of business expected to drive partner growth for a simplified Dell Technologies’ channel in Asia Pacific.
Blazeclan is enhancing capabilities to manage a minimum of 20 per cent of cloud infrastructure worldwide, as part of aggressive enterprise ambitions in 2020.
In recognition of International Women’s Day, Channel Asia documents the rise of Vivian Chua, managing director of Singapore at HP.
AvePoint is embarking on an aggressive partner recruitment strategy centred around the addition of 41,000 new channel logos in two years.
VMware has entered a new phase of partnering through the launch of a program which challenges traditional channel practices.
The addition of Kubernetes-as-a-service, backed by enhanced multi-cloud product capabilities, stand tall as the leading priorities for AVM Cloud in 2020.
Sourced Group is eyeing up cloud expansion following entry into Malaysia, the doubling of Singapore operations and key customer wins.
AsiaPac has unveiled plans to help customers prioritising digital transformation by leveraging alliances with AWS, Microsoft Azure and VMware.
For partners operating outside of America, most consider themselves second-class channel citizens when it comes to vendor priorities.
Acuutech is gearing up for a year of expansion in Asia after achieving close to 300 per cent growth through cloud managed services.
As the adoption of recurring revenue accelerates in Malaysia, the channel ecosystem is fighting to keep pace.
AWS has outlined a clear path to profitability for partners in ASEAN, on the basis that specialist cloud capabilities are created in return.
Metrodata Electronics has reported estimated sales in excess of $1 billion in USD following a strong year of market growth in Indonesia.
As organisations in Thailand increasingly embrace cloud, NTT and SAP are making a combined play for enterprise control.
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