Nutanix claims traditional partner model doesn't work for it

Nima Green
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EMEA and western Europe channel bosses on why partner programmes aren't central to firm's strategy

Nutanix's senior director of EMEA channels Jan Ursi has defended claims that the firm has no clear channel strategy, suggesting that the hyperconverged vendor does not rely on conventional methods ...

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