We believe our DCIM offer is stronger, broader and deeper than any other in the marketplace. Right now we’re actively seeking to build a channel partner model to increase our coverage and awareness amongst datacentre users of all sizes
(PRWEB UK) 27 February 2013
Data Centre World, London: The new Channel Partner programme has been developed to address the needs of distribution partners and resellers. It will enable businesses of all sizes and types to work to their strengths and maximise the commercial opportunity inherent in delivering strong business benefits to datacentre customers combined with rapid ROI. The Programme is fully structured to provide appropriate levels of support and training to empower partners of all sizes and levels of technical capability to deliver maximum benefits to customers from the Concurrent Thinking solution.
Stuart James, Concurrent Thinking’s Channel Manager said, “We believe our DCIM offer is stronger, broader and deeper than any other in the marketplace. Right now we’re actively seeking to build a channel partner model to increase our coverage and awareness amongst datacentre users of all sizes. We’ve created a mutually beneficial programme which enables customers to keep working with the suppliers they already know and can trust to implement our powerful product set”.
Concurrent Thinking’s concurrentCOMMAND and concurrentCONTROL DCIM appliances were developed as a result of the company’s experience and heritage in large scale computing infrastructure and software for High Performance Computing (super computers). The company’s DCIM solution not only delivers a real and tangible ROI, it also incorporates many features which are normally associated with far higher-cost solutions. Concurrent Thinking is committed to providing a clear and understandable cost model, with a low cost entry point and no hidden extras.
In addition to benefitting IT and Facilities functions, the Concurrent Thinking offer enables professionals working in energy management, sustainability or the finance department to build unique dashboards and insights to support specific roles. These include the calculation and delivery of carbon footprint readings, compliance and regulatory reporting and complex financial metrics including deriving ROI measurements on specific infrastructural investments.
Stuart James added, “Whether it’s driving the green agenda, looking for cost efficiencies, unified management of diverse components or gathering key metrics across the entire datacentre, Concurrent Thinking’s solutions enable this all from one simple scalable management tool aimed to provide management though ‘a single pane of glass’”.
Further and more detailed information for prospective channel partners can be obtained by registering an interest at the company’s website: http://www.concurrent-thinking.com/ or by visiting the company on Stand G20 at Data Centre World, London ExCel, February 27th – 28th.
About Concurrent Thinking:
Concurrent Thinking is a leading provider of DCIM solutions. Uniquely, the company has applied experience gained through its heritage in High Performance (HPC) and super-computing environments to the datacentre sector. This has resulted in a holistic and vendor neutral solution set with a rapid ROI, that delivers tangible benefits to multiple constituencies within any business that depends upon reliable and efficient datacentre operations.