Dell EMC appoints NIT distributor for Middle East and African countries
NIT, an Ingram Micro Company and regional value-added distributor of IP surveillance and physical security solutions in Middle East, Turkey and Africa region, announced the signing of a distribution agreement with Dell EMC.
Through this agreement, NIT is now authorised to distribute Dell EMC portfolio of servers, storage and active network devices, to its channel partners in Algeria, Angola, Bahrain, Egypt, Ethiopia, Ghana, Iraq, Jordan, Kenya, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Nigeria, Oman, Qatar, Rwanda, Saudi Arabia, Tanzania, Tunisia, UAE, Uganda and Yemen.
“Our new partnership with Dell EMC provides significant opportunities for both NIT and Dell EMC to build unique end-to-end solutions for IP surveillance and physical security to its reseller partners in the Middle East and Africa,” said Bassel Al Fakir, Managing Director of NIT.
“I am confident we will deliver immediate beneficial impact to our reseller partners and their customers and we are committed to continually playing an important role in helping them grow and strengthen their business.”
“Our distributors play a crucial role in our partner ecosystem. We are very pleased to have NIT, an Ingram Micro Company on board in this important market. NIT are utilising their expert knowledge and extensive partner network to deliver innovative and customised solutions that meet the channel partners’ specific needs and support the business growth and that is what we are looking for,” said Havier Haddad, Senior Channel Director, Middle East, Turkey and Africa region at Dell EMC.
With extensive broad portfolio of products from Dell EMC, and the largest channel partners for Middle East and Africa from NIT, this partnership further strengthens NIT’s relationship with one of the world’s leading IT solution providers.
According to IDC, Dell EMC holds the global #1 position in numerous areas, including X86 server units, external enterprise storage systems from entry to midrange to high-end storage, converged systems and hyper-converged infrastructure.