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Cisco talks up channel collaboration

Networking giant Cisco has claimed that collaboration among channel partners contributes 31% of their sales. The results of the study were revealed during Cisco’s global partner summit in Honolulu. Cisco is doing its part to help resellers work together with the lauch of Partner Exchange, a network designed to help partners team up for projects. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Thursday 10 April 2008

NComputing strengthens sales team

Desktop virtualisation solutions vendor NComputing has beefed up its sales operation with the appointment of two new VPs. Frank Coggrave has been named as the company’s new VP sales in EMEA and will help to drive the company’s continued expansion within the region. Manish Sharma will undertake a similar role in his new position as VP sales for Asia-Pacific. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Thursday 10 April 2008

Ingres debuts partner programme

Ingres has launched a partner programme that it claims will both empower and showcase partners achieving success using the open source business model. Ingres, which provides open source database management software and support services, announced the programme launch at its global partner summit in Prague. Ingres claims that its new programme will help partners increase margins and reduce costs. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 9 April 2008

C2C appoints EMEA sales boss

E-mail data management solutions player C2C has appointed Andrew Brown as sales manager for the EMEA region with immediate effect. Brown previously held the position of senior account manager for the UK. Brown, will now attempt to repeat his UK success on a wider scale and drive C2C’s growth throughout the EMEA region and expand the companies channels to market. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 9 April 2008

OpenSpan rouses Raby for EMEA mission

Service-oriented architecture platform player OpenSpan has appointed Steve Raby as VP sales in Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA). OpenSpan generated 40% of its 2007 sales from outside North America and the company is keen to realise the significant growth opportunities that exist in overseas markets. Raby will not only sell, he will also build out a European partner network. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Thursday 3 April 2008

Rectron signs up Samsung and Epson

South African channel giant Rectron has expanded its vendor portfolio, signing a deal with Samsung to distribute the vendor giant’s complete range of mono and colour laser printers and consumables across the country. Rectron has also struck a new distribution agreement with Epson. The deals come just weeks after HP and Rectron ended a printer distribution agreement. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Friday 28 March 2008

Crossbeam launches new channel programme

Security outfit Crossbeam Systems has launched a new partner programme to accelerate its worldwide channel reach and help develop new routes-to-market. Crossbeam reckons that there is growing global demand for its next-generation security platforms for high-performance networks. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Thursday 27 March 2008

Blouin takes on tough job at Bell

Bell Microproducts has named Marc Blouin as VP finance and chief accounting officer. In his new role Bouin will look after Bell’s accounting operations and corporate accounting functions, such as consolidations, SEC reporting and Sarbanes-Oxley compliance. Blouin faces a tough first few weeks at Bell. The company was delisted from NASDAQ last week for failing to file overdue reports with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 26 March 2008

Fortinet enhances EMEA channel programme

Unified threat management (UTM) solutions vendor Fortinet has tweaked its EMEA channel engagement model with a series on enhancements to the FortiPartner Programme (FPP). The four-tier FPP focuses on value, commitment and incentive through benefits such as attractive profit margins, discount promotions, technology leadership and a superior certification programme, according to Fortinet. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Tuesday 25 March 2008

Double digit PC growth predicted for EMEA

The numbercrunchers at research house IDC are painting a rosy picture for the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) PC market in full year 2008 with unit sales expected to climb 14.4% and surpass the 100 million mark. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Thursday 20 March 2008

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