Storage VAR TriSys has signed partnership deals with three vendors, as part of its strategy to increase its product portfolio.
Under the terms of the agreement, TriSys will carry data management software tools from SysDM and Tek-Tools, allowing end-users to generate reports about multiple aspects of their system infrastructure. The VAR will also carry CommVault's QiNetix suite of software, which enables firms to manage data in disparate repositories.
Annie Rickard, marketing manager at TriSys, said: "The three sets of software allow users to take what they already have and use it more effectively, especially as budgets are being cut."
Rickard added that the products could help users to better their IT spend, and that QiNetix will also help with data compliance regulations. "We are looking to carry products that fit nicely into our various product portfolios," she said.
Jim McDonald, chief knowledge officer at SysDM, said: "TriSys has the right staff and is powerful enough to be trusted adviser to many end-users."
Nana Baffour opens up on Getronics' mammoth acquisition of Pomeroy
Analyst predicts SaaS will remain the dominant segment in the market as it grows 17 per cent in 2019
NSS Labs claims vendors are refusing to have their products tested effectively and are trying to restrict its access
CRN's Nima Green caught up with Chris Labrey for a quick Q&A at CRN's recent European Channel Leadership Forum