SA’s IT Naledi Solutions partners with Huawei Technologies
INDUSTRY| Oct. 22, 2012, 11:09 a.m.
South Africa's IT Naledi Solutions has been appointed as an Authorised Service Provider (ASP) for Huawei Technologies, a leading global ICT solutions provider.
“Our concentration and focus will be on the enterprise space with the networking and storage offerings from Huawei,” said Hashiem Bardien, Sales and Marketing Director at IT Naledi Solutions. “This range of products will complement our current activities within the user base as well as opening up many new and exciting opportunities.”
“We are very excited about this new partnership with IT Naledi, which enables us to extend our much required and comprehensive solutions to the local markets, thus strengthening our offering to customers,” added Lauren Fan, President of Huawei Enterprise Business Group for East and Southern Africa. “Huawei Enterprise will provide its recognised worldwide products and solutions to IT Naledi who will in turn further develop the service experience of its customers. We look forward to continuing to develop our partnership with IT Naledi.”
“We already have expertise with networking and storage products and thus this new relationship is a natural extension of these capabilities,” continued Bardien, “and it has always been part of our strategy to establish additional vendor agreements of this nature.”
“I hope that this initiative will be the first of several new partnerships that we are seeking to cement,” concluded Bardien. “There is no doubt that this relationship with Huawei will help us to expand our service and solutions portfolio and provide our customers with some new and exciting features. We look forward to long and mutually beneficial relationship with Huawei going forward.”
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