Exertis Micro-P has launched a new service with Dell designed to help resellers close storage deals faster.
The distie's new Configure-To-Order (CTO) service is available on Dell's MD3 Storage products – a range of arrays which the vendor claims boasts a range of enhanced software features while remaining cost-effective.
The CTO service ensures that Micro-P can create bespoke Dell MD3 arrays within just 24 hours, with more complex configurations being guaranteed for delivery between 48 hours and 72 hours.
The distie's servers and storage general manager Gareth Bray said the new offering will make life easier for partners.
"We're excited to partner with Dell to bring new storage propositions to the market," he said. "Exertis Micro-P is committed to helping our partners reduce their time to market and expand their portfolio.
"The CTO service is just the first of many new initiatives we'll be announcing over the coming months that will serve to benefit our partners and their customers."
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