NetApp focuses on expanding to tier-II cities across India

13th July 2013 | By Mouseworld Now Correspondent |

New Delhi, India, July 13, 2013: NetApp has announced plans to strengthen its base and accelerate growth in the Ahmedabad market. The decision is a strategic move to capture market share in the growing Tier 2 cities across India. With over 422 medium and large scale industries worth US$133.2 billion (we will include citation — this is publicly available info in India), Ahmedabad is emerging as one of the most promising IT technology and R&D hubs in India. NetApp is focused on extending its leadership in the information infrastructure market in India with a strong go-to-market plan underlined by robust relationships with key service provider partners, value-added reseller (VAR) partners, and enabling them to work together to more effectively address the customer base in Ahmedabad.

Over the past few months, NetApp has launched and undertaken multiple channel enablement programs that underline its commitment towards its partners. The NetApp Accredited Sales Professional (NASP) and Sales Engineering (SE) technology programs apart from the various NetApp conducted programs around FlexPod, HPC and Big Data enable partners to build skills internally and provide professional consulting services to their clients. NetApp is empowering partners with the service consulting capabilities in the areas of solution implementation, VDI building, and implementing business critical applications. NetApp also believes in firmly supporting its partners’ go-to-market activity by conducting partner-specific demand generation activities in business verticals pertinent to the partners’ sphere of excellence.

NetApp recently announced a new version of its flagship storage operating system – clustered Data ONTAP. The new software gives organizations and cloud service providers the capability to rapidly and cost effectively deliver new services and capacity with maximum application uptime. Clustered Data ONTAP 8.2 cuts through the performance, availability, and efficiency limits of traditional hardware silos, empowering IT to non – disruptively align the storage infrastructure with changing business and application demands.

 

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