Top Storage Solution Provider ITsavvy Earns Highest Dell EMC Titanium Partner Status
April 26, 2017
ADDISON, Ill.–ITsavvy, one of the fastest growing data storage solution providers in the U.S., was just named a Dell EMC Titanium Partner. This places ITsavvy among the top 10 percent of resellers that achieved this highest tier of Dell EMC’s partner program.
The recently debuted Dell EMC Channel Partner Program combines the best of the former Dell and EMC partner programs and reinforces the company’s strong commitment to its channel. The program offers partners greater opportunities for expansion and growth–benefits which ultimately trickle down to ITsavvy’s clients.
ITsavvy teams earned Premier level training in six core competencies: Server, Storage, Networking, Core Client Solutions, Workstation and Cloud Client-Computing. The company has a strong commitment to knowledge transfer and is dedicated to passing their broad expertise on to clients. Advanced partner certifications, such as this, enable ITsavvy to continually bolster client service.
ITsavvy President and CEO Mike Theriault said, “We are thrilled to be recognized by Dell EMC with Titanium Partner status. I am extremely proud of the ITsavvy teams that completed Premier level training in six core competencies, achieving above the program requirement. ITsavvy also exceeded the tier level in Dell EMC revenue in 2016, which exemplifies our long-standing commitment to the Dell EMC portfolio.”
Dell EMC products have long been a key component of ITsavvy’s Advanced Solutions Group, Engineered Solutions and Cloud Solutions offerings as well as its ecommerce business.
ITsavvy is also an end user, deploying Dell EMC solutions in its own state-of-the-art datacenters.
“This higher partner status affords us a number of benefits, such as advanced product training and access to additional resources, that allow us to make educated recommendations for our clients,” Theriault said. “Our valuable partnership with Dell EMC is one of the many tools we use to promote our clients’ success.”