Specialisation in data management differentiator for channel partners
2017: YEAR IN REVIEW
For Condo Protego, 2017 was a landmark year. They were a finalist at Dell EMC’s Global Partner Summit for EMEA Partner of the Year and Go Big, Win Big Services Partner, beating out hundreds of other channel partners from across the globe. In the Middle East, channel partners have benefited from organisations investing in information management to drive business competitiveness. As more devices and business applications are connected to networks, organisations need to manage their data for better decision-making.
“Among the major inhibitors to Middle East channel partner success is that the region is dominated by generalists, which makes it difficult for customers to choose the channel partners with the right value-added services that can best meet their business needs,” says Savitha Bhaskar, COO, Condo Protego.
Condo Protego has seen strong success in taking a specialised approach to IT infrastructure and information management. Condo Protego works with more than 300 organisations on their digital transformation plans, deploying and integrating solutions across the entire data stack across data centers and storage, cloud solutions, data protection, backup and data recovery, and cybersecurity.
“Condo Protego are seeing strong demand across converged and hyper-converged infrastructure, software-defined technology, all-flash storage, and disaster recovery and orchestration solutions”
Condo Protego have a positive outlook for the Middle East’s technology market and channel partner growth. Condo Protego are seeing strong demand across converged and hyper-converged infrastructure, software-defined technology, all-flash storage, and disaster recovery and orchestration solutions.
Condo Protego aims for further success as a specialised partner, giving a competitive advantage over the generalist partner ecosystem. Condo Protego are focusing on IT infrastructure as the core of a customer’s digital transformation journey, and information management and data protection based on new regulations such as GDPR, and on data-focused trends such as the Internet of Things.