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This week has been quite interesting for the channel. A multitude of movements was seen including events, adoption of news technologies, new partnerships etc.
Technology provider BenQ India, and IT distribution company Rajshree Infotech which has recently conducted a channel partner meet in Dehradun. Also, the Kerala state IT Association AKITDA (All Kerala IT Dealers Association) which has requested the GST Council to reconsider the GST rates levied on the IT products.
Yet another interesting story is of Axis Communications which states that its business model is based on loyal, long-term partnerships. The company affirms that the potential of Axis’s technology can be multiplied by close, long-term partnerships with distributors, application developers, systems integrators, network infrastructure vendors and consultants in order to create an eco-system of opportunities.
Here are some of the top stories of the week on Channel Times you would not want to miss. Read on to find out more.
Mitashi Expands Portfolio; Conducts Channel Partner Event
Ever since its launch in 1998 as a distributor of video games, Mitashi has been the frontrunner in its segment. Keeping its focus firmly on the customer and what he wants, it has grown leaps and bounds over the past 19 years to become India’s most premium-value homegrown brand. Read More
Infortrend Launches EonStorGSe Pro 208 SATA Storage Model For SMBs
Infortrend Technology, a provider of high-performance networked storage solution, has announced the launch of EonStorGSe Pro 208 SATA storage model to support effortless and smooth operations for SMBs. Read More
How Channel Partners Can Put IoT Into Action
Gartner report says 8.4 billion things are connected in the world today through IoT and this figure could increase to 20 Billion things by the year 2020. The consumer segment is the largest segment of users with 5.2 billion users now. Read More
Axis Communications Believes In Long-term Channel Partnership
Axis Communications states that its business model is based on loyal, long-term partnerships. Over the years, Axis has strengthened the channel partner ecosystem, which has grown from about 2,000 to more than 75,000 partners, in 179 countries. According to the company, the potential of Axis’s technology can be multiplied by close, long-term partnerships with distributors, application developers, systems integrators, network infrastructure vendors and consultants in order to create an eco-system of opportunities. Read More
Arrow PC Network Makes SonicWALL’s Presence Strong
Arrow PC Network, the (hybrid) System Integrator & solution providers, has been recognized as ‘SonicWALL’s C. Read More
BenQ, Rajshree Infosystems Conduct Channel Meet In Dehradun
Technology provider BenQ India, and IT distribution company Rajshree Infotech has recently conducted a channel partner meet in Dehradun. It was the first such event organized by BenQ India in the market in the recent days. Read More
VOTO Smartphones Now Available From Rashi Peripherals
Rashi Peripherals is now distributing VOTO smartphones in India. The exclusive distributor of VOTO in the Western and Northern States, Rashi Peripherals will help the brand increase its footprints in the country. Read More
AKITDA Requests 12% GST For IT Products
The Kerala state IT Association AKITDA (All Kerala IT Dealers Association) has requested the GST Council to reconsider the GST rates levied on the IT products. The association has also requested the council to make a common tariff of flat 12 percent across all the IT product line. Read More
FireEye Appoints Shrikant Shitole As India Senior Director
FireEye has appointed Shrikant Shitole as the Senior Director and Country Head for India. Based in Mumbai, Shitole is now in charge of leading FireEye’s growth efforts in India. Read More
IT Channel Can Play A Big Role In The Security Ecosystem
According to global research leader Gartner, the Indian IT channel partners have a wide-role to play in the entire ecosystem, thanks to their capability in other areas like virtualization and networking. Gartner also stresses that the Indian channel partners should focus more on analytical-based approach rather than focusing on the analytics based approach. Read More