COMPUTERLINKS, one of the leading value added distributors for international top manufacturers in information technology, today announced it has become an EMC Velocity² Value Add Distributor to address increasing customer demand for networked storage and information management software across the Middle East and Pakistan.
As a leading distributor of security products for RSA, The Security Division of EMC, COMPUTERLINKS is the link between the manufacturers and resellers for the successful distribution of intelligent IT solutions from the areas of e-security and e-business and delivers anti-virus, anti-spam, image control, content control and email archiving and encryption software to regional companies. COMPUTERLINKS has deep market knowledge and expertise, in addition to its proven commitment and reputation in the region.
COMPUTERLINKS will provide an opportunity for more local system integrators to offer EMC’s industry leading networked storage systems and information management software to deliver unified storage, backup and archive solutions and content management software while continuing to offer delivery and support services. With branches in 18 countries COMPUTERLINKS is constantly expanding to cover new territories and strives to retain its position as a leading Value Added Distributor for International IT manufacturers, all of whom are market leaders in their fields.
“COMPUTERLINKS has been providing technology-driven business solutions to businesses in the Middle East for more than 3 years now with a product portfolio that is geared to the growing needs of customers for security in the field of ever more complex, global IT structures,” said Lee Reynolds, Managing Director – MEA and Asia, COMPUTERLINKS. “We will fully utilize our market expertise and regional know-how to develop a strong sales channel and tightly connect our product marketing initiatives to ensure proper channel fulfillment. We are hoping to grow the number of partners in parallel to the market reach of EMC Solutions in the fast growing region.”
“Customer demand in the Middle East and Pakistan for networked storage and information management solutions is growing,” explained Mohammed Amin, Regional Manager, EMC Turkey, Middle East & Africa. “COMPUTERLINKS’ local experience and familiarity with the customer requirements will enable them to meet the expectations of quality and timely service. We look forward to working with COMPUTERLINKS on the distribution scale to address the needs of the ever-expanding Middle East and Pakistan markets and to help them enable and empower their network of solution providers.”
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