Nexsan marks 20th year with new partner advisory programme

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Unified storage solution specialist Nexsan has announced the arrival of its NEXCouncil Partner Advisory Programme, a new scheme designed to support and align product, sales and marketing initiatives for channel partners.

Marking the company's 20th anniversary, Nexsan's new programme will lend strategic support to its members around the world, delivering regular access to its executive team, quarterly product roadmap discussions and webinars, as well as formal sales training.

Designed to drive growth across the partner community, the programme also includes an invitation to an annual onsite meeting and priority access to market development funds, joint PR, marketing opportunities and co-branded materials.

With its strong customer service reputation, Nexsan has clocked up over 750 channel partners across more than 100 countries worldwide, with each member reselling its full portfolio of high-density storage solutions.

As it heads into its 20th year, the company reiterated its commitment to delivering innovative and reliable purpose-built storage, be it through entry level block storage, scalable and highly-flexible NAS file systems or secure archiving.

Nexsan is capitalising on its customer success, it added, with its new NEXCouncil Partner Advisory Programme predicted to continue the firm's rapid expansion internationally.

"The Nexsan channel community is built on 20 years of providing award-winning enterprise-class, easy-to-use and efficient storage solutions," said Mihir Shah, CEO of Nexsan's parent company StorCentric. "We are looking forward to continuing to roll out the NEXCouncil program internationally, providing partners with the skills, tools and expertise they need to solve today's growing data challenges.

"We are excited to continue building on our storage expertise, providing customer-centric products that support today's modern IT environments."

Daniel Todd

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