Westcon, has announced it is the first distribution partner in Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region to earn the designation of Infoblox Professional Services Partner. The Professional Services Program, launched in Q4 2019 by Infoblox Inc., enables select partners to deliver Infoblox services, with independent pricing, in support of their customers.
“Congratulations to Westcon on the completion of the accreditation requirements for Infoblox’s Professional Services Program for partners,” said Sandy Janes, Senior Director of Partner Programs and Operations at Infoblox. “This program delivers on Infoblox’s commitment to becoming the vendor of choice by focusing on profitability and success for our partners while ensuring the highest levels of customer satisfaction. Our Professional Services Program includes training and consultancy hours partners can use throughout the year to ensure customer success as they deliver Infoblox services. We believe the outcome will help end customers realize the full value of their technology investments and look forward to working with Westcon to continue delivering top-notch support to our mutual channel partners.”
“Westcon is delighted to expand our relationship with Infoblox to include professional services, building on our existing training capability across Europe” said Matthew Piddington, Director, Services, Westcon-Comstor. “We are constantly striving to broaden our services offerings available to the channel to complement our fast-growing product portfolio. Tackling the industry challenge surrounding skills and competence shortages and extending Infoblox’s reach as a vendor into new and existing territories offers significant value to the market. Our aim is to maximize the ROI for any business investing in developing a robust security infrastructure.”
Westcon has been an Infoblox partner since 2009 and was recently named Infoblox Northern European Distributor of the Year for 2020. The company currently distributes Infoblox’s full line of core network services, which includes Domain Name System (DNS), Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP), and IP address management (IPAM), collectively known as DDI, through its growing network of channel partners in the region.
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