Want to change your future? Then change the world.

Lenovo encourages partners to change the way you do business with your customers

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Want to change your future? Then change the world.

Lenovo 360 is the vendor's new partner framework designed to provide easier access to Lenovo's portfolio of devices, solutions and channel support.

Here, the company goes into more detail on what its resellers and MSPs need to know in the second of a three-part series.

You can find part one here

Lenovo 360

Everyone recognises that the business world is changing faster than ever before.

Hybrid working is adding pressure to IT resources in organisations around the world.

The cloud presents immense opportunities to boost speed and productivity, but exposes businesses large and small to the threat of cybercrime.

While the burden of maintaining costly on-premises infrastructure is stifling innovation.

What can you do? Show your customers new ways to meet their challenges.

It could be through access to Lenovo's entire portfolio of products, solutions, and services, so that you can cross- and up-sell from their newly-aligned PC and Datacentre Solutions.  

It could be through their growing range of Outcome-Based Solutions - each is complete, ready to run, and designed to meet a specific customer challenge. Or alerting your customers to TruScale-as-a-Service, their innovative pay-as-you-grow model.

Lenovo and the promise of cloud

Or it could be by becoming a Lenovo Microsoft Cloud Solutions Provider, helping your customers to realise the promise of the cloud, safely.

Whatever route you choose, Lenovo 360 gives you the tools, the resources, and the training you need.

Change your perspective on what's possible. Get out there and change the world.

Learn more.

Deliver the solutions your customers need with Lenovo 360, the channel sales framework.

This is a sponsored post in collaboration with Lenovo.

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