Hardware.com is providing customers with comprehensive, tailored solutions for integrated networks through the launch of the first phase of a strategic investment in channel-led integrated data center solutions.
This initiative aims to align companies’ technological requirements with their business and economic goals by leveraging expertise and deploying efficient and cost-effective solutions.
“The launch and investment in this initiative demonstrates our clear commitment to our technology partners and their channel programs,” said Andy Faris, president of Hardware.com in North America. “By partnering with our customers to better understand their business goals, we can then deliver a bespoke solution fully aligned with their budgetary requirements.”
Hardware.com specializes in networking hardware, architectures, procurement, and support. The company is assisted by a team of industry experts focused on core data center vendors including Juniper Networks, HP Networking, Dell Force10, and Brocade (News - Alert).
It is now giving an opportunity to companies to depend on it for unbiased technical expertise across all areas of IT project management, from proof-of-concept (POC), planning, and design to implementation and support for the data center.
“With this renewed focus and significant investment in our multi-vendor partnerships, our goal is to help customers select technology best suited to their needs,” said Andy Faris, president of Hardware.com in North America. “The provision of an independent, yet comprehensive view of the marketplace protects their investment and provides greater flexibility for their future IT decisions.”
Hardware.com was in news earlier this year for identifying four practical tips to help IT professionals increase efficiency and lower costs within their organizations.
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Edited by Rich Steeves