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Vohkus gains Dell EMC Titanium partner status

The channel player has moved into the higher end of the vendor's partner programme

Vohkus has strenghtened its long-running relationship with Dell EMC by moving up the channel programme tiers gaining Titanium partner status.

The channel player has worked with the vendor over the past few years but has now put itself among the top ranking partners thanks in part to its commitment to gain certifications along with its delivery of infrastructure solutions in the past 12 months.

The benefits of becoming Titanium include getting the chance to promote solutions built around expert competencies.

“This accreditation recognizes us for the strong collaboration between the Vohkus team and the Dell EMC team focusing on the
entire solution portfolio combined with our exceptional growth in both the client business as well as the infrastructure solutions over the last twelve months,” said Loay Lawrence, commercial director at Vohkus.

He also recognised the effort that Dell had put into working with the channel over the past few years, with the firm now one of the strongest advocates of the indirect model.

“Dell EMC business grown year-on-year over the past six years and believe this is due to the fact that Dell EMC is embracing channel partnership over and beyond expectations, making the Portfolio easily accessible to a large variety of clients," he added.

Sarah Shields, vice president and general manager, channel UK & Ireland, Dell EMC, said that the vendor was keen to recognise those partners that put in the effort to work with its programme.

"The Titanium Status gives us the opportunity to work closely with our top partners to meet our mutual customers’ needs in bigger and better ways," she added.

Dell introduced the Titanium level, along with platinum and gold when it first launched its joint partner programme, after completing the process of consolidating the EMC channel activities, in February last year.

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