CSPi achieves Titanium Tier status on Dell EMC partner programme

Gold medal

CSPi has has achieved Dell EMC's Titanium Tier status in the company's Partner Programme, demonstrating its commitment to the company's products via a dedicated Dell EMC practice.

CSPi ticks all the boxes for customers looking for ethernet-based security products, including managed security and IT tech managed services, using Dell EMC's broad portfolio of products and services to cater for individual requirements.

The company's engineers design, integrate and deploy customised solutions for each customer, ensuring their infrastructure is always running in the most efficient way. This could include freeing up resources to make way for innovation, or adding more resources to make sure there are no gaps in service.

"The Dell EMC Partner Program will give CSPi new ways to deliver greater customer value and grow our business," Peter Kaufman, Vice President of Advanced Technologies at CSPi. "As a Titanium Tier partner, we are better prepared to address a wide range of customer challenges, provide more innovative solutions and enable future growth."

Dell EMC unveiled its new tier structure at its Global Partner Summit at Dell EMC World, with the Titanum Tier marking the second highest available status, below black.

When Dell EMC launched the updated programme, the company's president of global channels John Byrne said: "It’s hard to believe it’s only been three short months since our companies came together, and our Global Channels team began the exhilarating work of architecting the Dell EMC Partner Program.

"The Voice of the Partner has been absolutely critical, and we will continue to have 'big ears' and listen closely and constantly to what they need and want from our program."

Clare Hopping
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