This Channel Asia Executive Forum, in association with VMware, outlined the changing role of the partner post-pandemic in Southeast Asia.
Within the thriving ecosystem competing for market share across Southeast Asia, one common goal unites the technology sector - diversity.
Partner success in the months ahead will be dependent on premium service delivery and enhanced customer engagement in Southeast Asia.
Businesses are set to increase adoption of cloud technologies during the next 6-9 months, relying on a core ecosystem of specialised partners.
The rise of a digitally-focused nation in Malaysia, coupled by increased government initiatives, is combining to create a new type of channel partner.
As Malaysia moves steadfast towards a digitally-enhanced economy, Dell Technologies is positioning the channel to take advantage.
Distributors in ASEAN will differentiate across core technology segments such as cloud, security and data in 2020, delivered as-a-service.
Supremacy in the cloud will be determined by innovation through AI, ML and enterprise workloads, in addition to pricing and multi-cloud strategies.
In assessing the market in Singapore - through measuring innovation levels and appetite for change - a challenge to the status quo is taking place.
As new technologies flood the market - driven by a desire for transformation agendas at customer-level - the Singaporean channel is stationed at a crossroads.
Channel Asia and Cisco address how the channel can evolve from traditional resellers into managed service providers across Asia.
In swinging open the doors of the data centre, a new market reality is emerging across Asia, as revealed during an exclusive Channel Asia roundtable.
With organisations across Southeast Asia now on board and now investing, cloud has moved past the hype and into the mainstream.
This exclusive Channel Asia Roundtable cut through complexity to provide a framework to combat far-reaching and wide-ranging security threats.
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