Cloud solution vendor Nutanix, has hailed its recently held virtual Partner Xchange 2020 summit a success.
This year webinar was held under the theme “Scale up with Nutanix” exclusively catered to Nutanix partners across the Middle East and Turkey and was attended by over 330 channel executives from across the region. The two hour programme included partner awards being announced at the end.
Bassam Al Masri, director of channel, METI at Nutanix said: “As a result of the COVID-19 virus impact on businesses, we have had to come up with a novel way of connecting with our partners and reinvent our annual partner summit as a virtual event.”
Al Masri added that by sharing the company’s vision and roadmap, and providing insights into the latest innovations in products and partner programme, Nutanix believes it has set its channel partners up for success this year and beyond. “We take this opportunity to congratulate all the partners that won awards, and thank them for their continued commitment to driving growth for our company,” he said.
During the virtual event, executives from Nutanix delivered a number of sessions enlightening partners about how they could benefit from the technical and business advantages of the cloud offered by Nutanix, such as infrastructure-independent and automated app mobility, scalability, flexibility and elasticity. The company also provided insights on how partners can maximise their organisations’ profitability with the enhanced Nutanix Channel Charter.
GBM, a Nutanix strategic Master Partner, presented a video case study involving a prestigious government agency that implemented a Nutanix Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) solution for over 2000 users. This was based on Nutanix’s latest offer called FastTrack for VDI that supports companies anywhere in the world to quickly deploy a VDI solution and onboard thousands of remote employees in record time.
“We have ambitious plans. We will be introducing new initiatives that will enhance our partners’ capabilities and drive business for them. Despite the less than ideal market conditions, we are confident that we shall close out this year on a positive note,” Bassam explained.